Randy Moss may not be remotely close to the best wide receiver in NFL history, but he’s a future Hall-of-Famer, was unbelievable in his prime and certainly will never be forgotten.
In 14 seasons, Moss has racked up a total of 982 receptions for 15,292 yards and 156 touchdowns with five different teams. He spent the least amount of time with the Tennessee Titans.
And albeit Moss was often off-the-charts with the Minnesota Vikings (1998-2004; 2010) and New England Patriots (2007-10), his short stint in Tennessee didn’t go so well.
After Moss was tossed by the Vikings, the Titans claimed his contract on waivers during the 2010 regular season.
Despite his disappointing showing in Minnesota in 2010, fans were hungry to purchase his No. 84 jersey and see him play in Tennessee.
Reporters camped out to see his private jet land at the airport after the club claimed him off waivers and Mike Reinfeldt, the general manager at the time, referred to Moss as a “difference maker” for a 5-3 Titans ...