Former All-Pro NFL wide receiver Randy Moss denied rumors on Thursday that he will return to the league, according to reports.

Moss was seen golfing in the New England area on Thursday, but told Boston area radio station WEEI that the rumors of his return are untrue.

No, I'm done, Moss told I'm just here golfing, minding my business.

Earlier in September, there was speculation that Moss might return to football after he was rumored to be at a New Orleans Saints practice, but the 13-year NFL veteran continues to dispute these claims. Moss retired before the beginning of this season after spending the 2010 season with the New England Patriots, Minnesota Vikings, and the Tennessee Titans.

Moss' former quarterback Tom Brady told reporters earlier this month that he didn't expect Moss to return to the fields, but that anything can happen.

Would it surprise me? You never know in the NFL, Brady told reporters. I talked to Randy just before the start of training camp. I love Randy. He's one of the greatest wide receivers in the history of the game, one of the greater players I've ever had the chance to play with.

As Brady claims, Moss finished his career as one of the most productive wide receivers of all-time. His 14,858 receiving yards are fifth best in NFL history and his 135 touchdowns rank him behind only Jerry Rice and Terrell Owens.

Moss was a seven-time Pro Bowler, five-time All-Pro, and a member of the NFL's All-Decade 2000s team.