49ers wide receiver Randy Moss, who’s held two press conferences since joining the 49ers in March, again declined an interview request Tuesday while sitting at his locker, Cam Inman of Bayareanewsgroup.com reports.
Asked if he would give a state-of-the-team comment, Moss replied: “Nope.”
Maybe next week, heading into the regualr-season opener at Green Bay?
“Probably not,” Moss answered.
A league spokesman said Moss is expected to comply with the league’s media policy when the regular-season schedule beings next week. That includes making himself available to the local media one day during the week and also postgame.
Moss has held only two press conferences: On a conference call March 12 upon signing a one-year contract, and on the first day of training-camp practice July 27.
Moss did respond to a question after the 49ers’ preseason opener Aug. 10, when asked how it felt to return after a year’s hiatus, and he gladly replied: “It wasn’t a big difference, but it was alright.”
Moss declined comment after the 49ers’ second exhibition, Aug. 18 in Houston. He was not in the locker room by the time reporters entered after Sunday’s exhibition in Denver.