Randy Moss: Is There Any Team in the NFL Who Is Interested in Aging WR?
Moss Linked To Three Teams, Will Any Of Them Bite?
Randy Moss has had a rough year, and most of his hardship was his own fault, so it is hard to feel bad for him.
A weird rant about contracts in New England resulted in being shipped off to Minnesota where a series of off-field meltdowns, including a rant against a catering service, resulted in Moss being cut.
The only team to put a claim in on Moss were the Titans, who were looking for someone to help stretch the defense. Moss was almost a complete non-factor and now the Titans are moving on without him.
Even at age 34 and on the down side of his career, we assume some team is going to make Moss an offer whenever free agency starts. But it says a lot about how far Moss has fallen that the questions are less about how much Moss is going to make in free agency, and more about whether any team wants him.
New England and the New York Jets are the two most talked about destinations for Moss. Moss played well for Belichick, but there are questions about if Belichick even wants him back.
The Jets would sign Moss for two reasons, they might not be able to keep all of their free agent wide receivers and signing Moss would keep him out of New England.
ESPN's Mike Sando speculated the St. Louis Rams could be an option since Josh McDaniels and Moss worked well together in New England.
As much as I hate to disparage 34-year old athletes, this is football, and if I was a general manager, I would not waste one second on a 34-year old wide receiver who has an ego bigger than most stadiums.
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