Moss accepts Jerry Jones' apology for draft snub

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Minnesota Vikings' Randy Moss warms up before an NFL football game between the Vikings and the New York Jets on Monday, Oct. 11, 2010, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)
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Randy Moss says he accepts Jerry Jones' recent apology for not drafting him.

However, just because he forgives the Dallas Cowboys, he won't forget the snub — especially when he and the Minnesota Vikings face them on Sunday.

Moss has won all seven games he's played against the Cowboys. He's scored 11 touchdowns in those games and averages 21 yards per catch, his most against any team.

On a conference call with Dallas reporters Wednesday, Moss said he felt misled by the Cowboys because of special treatment he received during a pre-draft visit. What bothered him the most was that his mom expected him to play for the Cowboys. Her disappointment is what he'll use for motivation Sunday.

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