49ers Head Coach Jim Harbaugh To Throw To Randy Moss Today
San Francisco 49ers head coach, and former NFL quarterback, Jim Harbaugh, will throw to wide receiver Randy Moss during his workout with the team this week, according to the team’s CEO, Jed York.
York tweeted late last night that Harbaugh would physically participate in the tryout. His tweet also poked fun at the rumors that the team would potentially be interested in free-agent Peyton Manning.
Former Colt Pro Bowl QB throwing for #49ers tomorrow. Just to clarify, Coach Harbaugh is turning into Capt Comeback to throw to Randy Moss—
Jed York (@JedYork) March 12, 2012
The 35-year old Randy Moss announced in February that he would make an attempt to return to the NFL. Through his 12-year NFL career, Moss achieved many accolades, the most notable being the NFL single season touchdown reception record (23) and the NFL single-season touchdown reception record for a rookie (17).
The 49ers finished last season 13-3 in Harbaugh’s first year as head coach. The team ultimately lost to the New York Giants in the NFC Championship.