Don't dismiss this proposition right off the bat, Who Dat Nation.
The Saints were one of the teams inquiring about Moss' services last season, and if Sean Payton would have been around, he would have been the deciding factor in Moss wearing Black and Gold instead of Red and Gold.
The 2012 season was going to be more of an audition of his character off the field instead of production on it, and in that case, he passed with flying colors.
Moss has not lost a step in his deep speed and can still separate from cornerbacks, something Devery Henderson can't do.
Yes, I know Joe Morgan's on the roster, but he is still not a complete receiver. He makes great catches, but he shows up every other game. When Moss has been targeted a decent amount, he has shown that he can be a consistent receiver. (Morgan has probably one more year of starting on this team, with or without Moss on roster.)
Moss would also give the Saints a three-headed monster in the red zone when it comes to mismatches against corners/safeties, with tall "trees" like Marques Colston and Jimmy Graham already in New Orleans.
The positives outweigh the negatives with Moss at this point in his career.