Report: Randy Moss Won’t Sign Extension With Tennessee Titans, Will Become Free Agent


March 2, 2011

Report: Randy Moss Won't Sign Extension With Tennessee Titans, Will Become Free Agent Randy Moss has had trouble finding a home ever since he was traded from the New England Patriots in October, and he'll be hunting once more during the offseason.

According to the Boston Herald, Moss won't sign a contract extension with the Titans before the CBA deadline, and will test out the free agent market.

The troubled receiver never regained his form after his implosion in New England that resulted in a trade to the Vikings, which only lasted a brief four games.

After clashes with then-coach Brad Childress, Moss was placed on waivers, where the Titans picked him up and he continued his fade to obscurity, as he seemingly vanished from Tennessee's playbook toward the end of the season.

Moss will garner some interest on the market, that's for sure. Whether or not teams are willing to take the huge risk involved with the prima donna wideout, however, remains to be seen.  

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