Randy Moss Becomes a Titan
Randy Moss has quickly found a new home after his rendezvous with the Minnesota Vikings ended abruptly this week.
The Tennessee Titans snagged the 33-year-old wide receiver on Wednesday, just a day after he was officially waived by the Vikings. Tennessee coach Jeff Fisher said the team believes Moss can contribute to the cause of the Titans, who are currently 5-3. “We think that he can help us, and I’m looking forward to seeing him run under those deep balls,” Fisher said.
Moss was cut by the Vikings after the seven-time Pro Bowl selection publicly criticized his Vikings teammates and coach Brad Childress following Minnesota’s loss to the wide receiver’s former team, the New England Patriots, on October 31. Moss had two touchdowns and 13 receptions for the Vikings in four games.
“Randy’s excited to get back playing football,” said Moss’ agent, Joel Segal, adding that “he’s ready to go and looking forward to” playing for the Titans.