Cary Edmondson-US PRESSWIRE
Moss received low approval ratings from fans around the league.
Randy Moss has never been shy from making headlines throughout his career. The veteran wide has spoken out numerous times, whether it be to call out a coach or go on his notorious, "Straight Cash, Homie" tirade a couple of years back after receiving a heavy fine from the NFL.
Forbes recently asked fans and players all around the league who their favorite and least favorite guys were to be around and cheer for. Randy Moss had an approval rating of just 24 percent from fans, which ranks him amongst the lowest in professional football.
Ndamukong Suh, who is notorious for dirty hits on players -- especially quarterbacks -- received the lowest rating of anyone at a mere 19%. On the other hand, Steelers veteran safety Troy Polamalu was the most liked at 63 percent. Of all the players making the list, quarterbacks tend to be the most liked. Drew Brees, Peyton Manning and rookie Robert Griffin III were all ranked high on the list.