Randy Moss Titans: Tennessee Claims Receiver Off Waiver Wire
Randy Moss has a new home, and to most observers, it is a surprising one.
The Tennessee Titans claimed Moss off Waivers Wednesday, a day after the troubled receiver was let go by the Minnesota Vikings.
Tennessee was in the No. 22 spot in the waiver process based on its current record of 5-3. That means that 21 teams ahead of the Titans had a chance to claim Moss first and passed on the opportunity, including the St. Louis Rams and Washington Redskins. Both the Rams and Redskins, who have worse records than the Titans, were thought to be front-runners in landing Moss.
John Clayton of ESPN has reported that the Titans were the only team that submitted a claim for Moss.
Moss now has five days to report to the Titans. If he fails to report, he will be placed on the Reserve/Left Squad list and would have to sit out the rest of the season.
Moss is expected to report to the team, however, which is seeking some insurance after the injury to Kenny Britt in Sunday's loss to San Diego.
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