Saturday, September 10, 2011

Report: Randy Moss Visits New Orleans Saints

Update: is reporting the Randy Moss sighting in New Orleans is "apparently erroneous." According to the PFT report, Moss' agent, Joel Segal, was never informed of a visit, which the website says is a likely violation of the new CBA, especially if the two sides discussed a contract. Stay tuned.

Randy Moss is retired, but maybe not for long. According to WWL-TV, Moss visited the New Orleans Saints facility on Saturday. The CBS affiliate in New Orleans called Moss a "player of interest" for the Saints.

Moss, 34, retired this offseason after a tumultuous 2010 season where he was traded twice, eventually landing on the Tennessee Titans (where he was irrelevant).

Moss to the Saints makes sense considering New Orleans lost wide receiver Marques Colston to a broken collar bone in Thursday's opening night loss to the Green bay Packers. Colston is expected to be sidelined for 4-6 weeks.

If the Saints do sign Moss now, they wouldn't be on the hook for a full season's contract. Any player signed after week one can have their contract terminated at any point, their contract is not guaranteed.

During his 13 NFL seasons, Moss has 954 catches for 14,858 and 153 touchdowns.

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