Speaking for the first time since he was waived by Minnesota on Nov. 1, Moss told reporters that he isn't angry with the Vikings or head coach Brad Childress for dropping him from the roster, according to a report by The Associated Press.
The receiver also told reporters that he isn't intending to start any trouble with his new team, the Tennessee Titans. Wednesday marked Moss' second practice with the Titans, and he said he's just looking to fit in with their offense.
Moss also took questions from the press in Nashville, proving his attempt to turn over a new leaf with the Titans — his third NFL team this season. He even said he's expecting people to blame him for his brief stint with Minnesota, but for now he's determined to focus solely on his new team and says he plans to work every day.
The Titans will get their first look with Moss on Sunday, as they head to Sun Life Stadium for a midday matchup with the Dolphins. Miami was the last place Moss played as a New England Patriot on Oct. 4.
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