Monday, November 1, 2010

That was fast: Vikings cut Randy Moss

The reunion between Randy Moss and the Minnesota Vikings has ended only a few weeks after it began. Just one day after Moss said he would no longer speak to the media and then criticized Minnesota's coaching staff, the outspoken receiver was released by the team.

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, there are several teams interested in Randy Moss, who could be awarded to another team through the waiver process beginning Wednesday. The Bears, Redskins, Cowboys, Rams, Dolphins, Raiders, Chiefs, Seahawks, Jets and Patriots are among those desiring Moss, according to Schefter.

The Chiefs are an intriguing possibility in the wide-open AFC West. Moss played with KC quarterback Matt Cassel in New England and knows that system. He would make Dwayne Bowe better and add some spark to Kansas City's offense.

Although that was what he was supposed to do for the Vikings.

I would guess Moss will have a home sooner rather than later and could be playing for his third team in six weeks on Sunday.

(AP Photo)

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