"I'm going to miss it, but it's a problem off my hands," Davis said. "That's a person I don't have to worry about in the division."
Moss had touchdown catches of 71 and 58 yards against the Dolphins last season. He worked against second-year pro Davis for nearly the entire game Monday, and only one pass was thrown Moss' way.
"After the first quarter, he said, 'You've got three more quarters.' Then he said, 'We've got two more quarters, baby,'" Davis recalled with a laugh. "I said, 'He's right about that.'
"He has done a lot of damage in this league. I know what he can do. You fall asleep on him, he can pull that one-hand catch on you."
Not that Davis refrained from a little trash-talking of his own.
"I just told him: 'What a difference a year makes, Randy,'" Davis said.
The only time they threw to Moss, he stretched for the pass in the end zone, but it deflected off his hands.
"He said if that ball wasn't wobbling, he would have caught it," Davis said. "He's funny. He's a good dude. He'll talk to you if he respects you."
Davis predicted Moss will do well returning to Minnesota. The receiver played for the Vikings from 1998 to 2004.
"He did a lot of damage over there," Davis said. "Good place for him to retire."
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