If Randy Moss weren’t playing in Sunday’s Super Bowl, here is where he’d be more than likely watching the game:
(Charleston Daily Mail)
That’s “The Shed” of longtime friend Sam Singleton in Charlestown, West Virginia, where the Patriots wide receiver kicks back and relaxes when he returns to his home state. And as the Charleston Daily Mail points out, it really is a backyard shed.
Seven television sets hooked to cable and satellite dishes, stereo surround sound, a microwave oven, a refrigerator and memorabilia from Moss' professional career adorn the walls.
It's a property owned by Sam Singleton, a longtime friend and self-proclaimed "personal chef" to Moss.
"This is his place to kick back," said Singleton, 57. "It's his home away from home."
The shed was built by Singleton more than 10 years ago. It has taken on a life of its own because of Moss' affection for it.
Although Moss, 30, makes an estimated $8 million a year in the NFL, you wouldn't know it by the chair he chooses to lounge in.
He relaxes in an ordinary black, metal office chair. It doesn't recline, nor does it have any armrests.
On the bottom of it, four gutted tennis balls are placed on each leg to keep the chair from scratching the floor tile.
This place looks like Doc Brown’s workshop. As for how Moss likes his BBQ wings: "He doesn't like a lot of sauce," Singleton said. "So, I when I cook it, I just sauce one side of the wings."
The more you know.