Moss had to wait until the Tennessee Titans, the 20th team in the waiver queue, picked him up to become his third team of 2010.
At 34 years of age, he must now hope that an NFL team will take a chance on signing him once again.
Such has been the record breaking receivers fall from grace. He must now find a team in need rather than have his choice of all 32 franchises.
The former Minnesota Vikings and Oakland Raiders receiver entered last season as one of the best, if not the best, player in the league at his position. However he quickly became less involved in the New England offense while his frustration at not receiving a contract extension boiled over.
Moss' attitude eventually made him surplus to requirements in the Patriots' locker room and he was quickly traded to the Minnesota Vikings for a third round draft choice.
The Vikings subsequently cut him for both his attitude and poor performance.
It was at this point that the Titans picked him up and Moss became irrelevant, catching only six passes for 80 yards in eight games.
(Who saw that coming so soon after 2007?)
Once this lockout comes to an end Moss will become a free agent. While he does carry some baggage, there are quite a few teams that could take a risk on an aging receiver who is destined for the hall-of-fame.
Even if he does not have the work rate of Terrell Owens or Jerry Rice, who both continued to play efficiently well past their prime, his talent alone will make these ten teams consider signing him.