When Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was asked about Randy Moss' return to Minnesota last week, he playfully begged forgiveness for not drafting the wide receiver (in 1998) who's spent his career paying him back on the field.
"I apologize, I apologize, I apologize," Jerry told reporters at Valley Ranch.
On Wednesday, Moss told the Dallas-Fort Worth media via conference call that he longer has any hard feelings against the Cowboys.
"I always forgive, man, that’s in the Bible," Moss said Wednesday per ESPNDallas.com. "I always forgive, but I never forget.
"Mr. Jones, Jerry Jones, I still respect his organization, the accomplishments that he has made over the years, I don’t hold a grudge and I’m not bitter about the situation. This is my 13th year in the league and, like I said, I forgive him but I don’t forget."
ESPNDallas.com's Tim MacMahon takes a look back at how Moss has performed in seven games against the Cowboys. Dallas lost all seven of those games, but I'm sure it's just a coincidence.