Only Randy Moss could be a part of what can only be described as a unique experience thus far in the 2010 season.
Often criticized by the media because of his lackadaisical demeanor both on and off the field, Moss has proven poisonous for not one, but TWO teams this year.
Originally of the New England Patriots, the veteran wide receiver bore the burden of an uncertain future and the constant press around the subject, ultimately causing him and Bill Belichick to part ways after three relatively incident-free years.
Scooped up by the struggling Minnesota Vikings off the waiver wire, they, too, grew tired of his child-like behavior with the media (near the end of his Viking tenure, Moss refused to speak to reporters per league rules) and his inconsistent play at wideout, dumping him after only a four-week return tour in Minny.
Devoid of any leverage regarding a new deal, Moss will have to weigh the opportunities he is sure to receive in the coming days from prospective suitors. Because of his volatile nature, the 13-year pro has to be treated with kid gloves, not to mention Moss must land on a team stable enough to weather the media baggage he carries.
Without further ado, here are 10 playoff contenders in which Randy Moss could fit.
Jesse Paguaga is an intern for Bleacher Report. He is a regular contributor to Baseball Digest in the BD Baseball Fantasy Department. Jesse writes for Gotham Baseball, along with Gotham Hoops and Gotham Gridiron. He can be reached at Paguaga@usc.edu and can be found on Facebook and on Twitter http://twitter.com/#!/@jpags77.