In a perfect world, Randy Moss would still be embarrassing coverages left and right. But alas, Moss is a retired great and we're going to have to deal with experiencing fall Sundays without his spectacle.

He's gotta get used to not being the highlight reel too. One of his first steps to doing so is helping coach his son, Thaddeus, in high school. The young athlete joined the Victory Christian Center High School's (Charlotte, NC) football team's staff when the family moved from the New England area. Thaddeus has his father serving as the team's associate head coach.

So this is good news for you if you're hoping for the second coming of Moss. There's also hope if you're hoping for some news of Moss busting out one-handed reception over scrawny high schoolers.

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[via ESPN]