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Where is Randy Moss headed next season? The former NFL superstar has stated that he wants to make a comeback to the league, but so far no team has stepped forward to inquire about his services. It's still early, but we asked our readers to consider some alternate destinations for the wide receiver in case the NFL has already satisfied its own "Randy Ratio." Maybe there's a NFL team out there that thinks Moss still has a little something left in the tank, but if not, he will probably be on the lookout for some alternate means of emplyment. After...
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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Randy Moss is looking for a new NFL team after announcing his return on Monday, his 35th birthday.
He can cross the Minnesota Vikings off his list.
Minnesota general manager Rick Spielman said Moss won't get a chance at a third stint in a Vikings' uniform.
"We'll be moving on," Spielman said.
Moss, who can be signed immediately because...
It was considered “doubtful” to transpire even seven months ago, and absolutely nothing has changed since — there won’t be a second tour of duty for Randy Moss in New England.
The Boston Globe reports the “feeling” around the organization is that the “ship has sailed” on a possible Moss-Patriots reunion.
Moss, who announced on Monday his intentions to return to the...
The Minnesota Vikings need wide receivers. Just not Randy Moss.
Given the trouble he caused during his second stint with the team, the disinterest in bringing back one of the most popular players among Vikings fans in franchise history comes as no surprise. But general manager Rick Spielman confirmed Thursday the Vikings ''will be moving on'' without Moss.
According to Shalise Manza Young of the Boston Glode, the feeling in the New England area is that the Patriots aren’t interested in bringing free agent Randy Moss back for next season.
Even though the Patriots need a vertical threat at the wide receiver position, they need to fill that void through the draft or by signing a free agent that isn’t past his prime.
Former NFL defensive tackle Warren Sapp made an appearance on the Dan Patrick Show and made it clear that he wouldn’t sign his former Raider teammate Randy Moss.
“I’ve already played with [Randy] Moss, and what Cris Carter said — first time Cris ever said anything I agree with, I mean it’s the first time that he actually said something with some substance,” Sapp said...
Vikings general manager Rick Spielman said the team has no intention of re-signing former first-round pick Randy Moss.
The Minnesota Vikings need wide receivers. Just not Randy Moss. Given the trouble he caused during his second stint with the team, the disinterest in bringing back one of the most popular players among Vikings fans in franchise history comes as no surprise. But general manager Rick Spielman confirmed Thursday the Vikings "will be moving on" without Moss.
The New England Patriots need help at wide receiver. Stevie Johnson may need a new team. While it sounds great on paper, this is not a good fit at all, especially for the Patriots.
Then again, it isn’t the ideal fit for Johnson either.
I wrote earlier if the Patriots would consider signing Randy Moss, Reggie Wayne or Brandon Lloyd. I mentioned those three names because...
With Randy Moss poised to return to the league, in hopes of playing for a "contender," Len Pasquarelli takes a look at the price of top tier talent at the receiver position. Sometimes, you don't need to pay a steep price to get big talent.