Randy Moss is a year removed from his last NFL action, but that apparently hasn't stopped teams from expressing interest in his services, at least according to comments his agent Pro Football Talk Live. Joel Segal said three teams had called him in Moss in the last day, since the wide receiver announced that he wanted to make a comeback.
Segal said he was unsure how serious any of those teams were or whether Moss was willing to work out for those teams. Segal also noted that he found out about Moss' intentions to play again through a story on Pro Football Talk.
What kind of player those teams would be getting is anything but a given. Moss last was a premier wide receiver in 2009, when he racked up 1,264 yards and scored 13 touchdowns. He spent 2010 playing for three teams and making just 28 catches. The 35-year-old is among the most prolific receivers of all time, with nearly 15,000 receiving yards and 153 touchdown catches. He has eclipsed 1,000 yards in a season 10 times.