MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A suburban Minneapolis restaurant is turning the tables on Randy Moss.
Gus Tinucci was catering lunch at the Vikings’ practice facility last Friday when Moss entered the locker room. He says Moss demanded to know who ordered the food and said he wouldn’t feed it to his dog.
Tinucci says he got an apology from the Wilf family, which owns the Vikings. And on Friday, Tinucci’s will offer free lunches to the first 50 people who come to turn in their Moss jerseys. For everyone else, the lunch buffet will be marked down to $8.40, a takeoff on the receiver’s No. 84 jersey.
The Moss jerseys and cash will be donated to Boys & Girls Clubs. Moss is now playing for Tennessee, his third team this season.
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