Randy Moss still considers himself a Minnesotan at heart--though after this weekend he's looking forward to spending an eternity in Canton, Ohio.
He was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on his first ballot over the weekend, the first wide receiver to do so since Jerry Rice in 2010. He's also the first player from the state of West Virginia to be inducted.
"It means to me that I did something that I know deep down inside the people back in the state of West Virginia are proud of me," Moss said.
Fox 9's Jim Rich caught up with the legend himself just before receiving his golden jacket, speaking with the former Vikings star about his continuing ties to Minnesota, his future plans and, of course, the chip that he says is still planted firmly on his shoulder.