Randy Moss a Titan: The High-Flying Wide Receiver Brought Back Down To Earth

November 4, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

By now, everyone knows that the Tennessee Titans claimed future Hall of Fame wide receiver Randy Moss off waivers on Wednesday, November 4th. What has managed to fly a little under the radar is the real story—the lack of interest shown in the once coveted deep threat.
In the 2010 preseason, mock draft boards and power rankings alike had Moss and Houston Texans wide out, Andre Johnson, neck and neck as the No. 1 and No. 2 receivers in the NFL. There were rumors coming out of the New England training camp saying Moss was in tip-top shape, and he was as quick off the line as he'd ever been.
Patriots quarterback, Tom Brady, went to bat for Moss within the organization in an attempt to try to keep Moss in the fold. Knowing all of this, it's downright shocking that Moss will be playing for his third team this season when he takes the field as the newest Tennessee Titan.
Out of the 31 teams in the waiver order, the Titans were the only team to even put out a waiver claim ...

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