It's no secret that Randy Moss is one of the greatest wide receivers of all time and contributed more than his fair share in the New England Patriots offense over the past few seasons.
But after going back to Minnesota and doing very little, it appears that he will be contributing somewhere else next season.
For the first time since Moss became a Viking, he was back in New England on Sunday for a game against the Patriots. After the game, he answered "his own" questions in the postgame press conference, and he seemed to be more about missing the Patriots than playing for the Vikings. He averaged only three catches for 46 yards per game with the Vikings. The Vikings cut him on Monday.
Regardless of where Moss winds up this season, he'll be a free agent after the season. He'll be looking to land on a team worthy of title contention. There will certainly be a large number of suitors calling for his services, but here's a list of some leading candidates in the Randy Moss sweepstakes, as far as I'm concerned.