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 he was a free agent when he retired in August 2011, is second in Vikings history with 587 catches and 9,316 years and 93 touchdowns. His return to Minnesota in 2010 was a debacle on and off the field and he was eventually cut after just four games in which he totaled 13 catches. But he won't be getting a chance to add to those numbers.
"Randy was a great player," Spielman said. "But again our focus is more on trying to get a young team."
Moss announced via a UStream broadcast on Monday that he planned to unretire after being out of the league for the past year. He's taken to the internet platform to interact with fans severa...