Nov 28, 2010; Houston, TX, USA; Tennessee Titans wide receiver Randy Moss (84) warms up before the game against the Houston Texans at Reliant Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Thomas Campbell-US PRESSWIRE

Randy Moss Eyes Return to NFL


This morning, via his Ustream account, Moss announced his plan to return to the NFL. Moss will is a free agent as of now, which means any team that wants to can sign him. It’ll be interesting to see which teams bite.

Moss had the least productive year of his career in 2010, registering only six catches as a Tennessee Titan (as well as a couple more as a Viking and Patriot). He barely saw the field. Teams might be interested in bringing him in for a work out, but we’ll see about signing.

Moss is an enigma. That’ll be what gives him his best chance of being signed. He puts fans in the stands and in the past, when he puts forth the effort, can work a defense over.

Can I be the first to say it? A reunion with the New England Patriots? You know Moss has wanted to return there. If he can show that he’s still physically there and his attitude is better, maybe he takes the spot held by the less than stellar Chad Ochocino.

Only time will tell.

 

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  • David Matthew Melville

    Alright let go sign him!!!! uh no…and I am sure when NO ONE signs him that he will go to the press and say that it is the media’s fault for portraying him as the bad just like TO.