Here's some news regarding the New Orleans Saints that doesn't involve their bounty program.
The Saints will work out wide receiver Randy Moss on Tuesday, according to FOX Sports' Jay Glazer. Former Packers quarterback Brian Brohm will reportedly also be coming in to deliver passes to the 35-year-old wideout.
This comes on the heels of a report that Moss was expected to meet with "at least one team" this week. We'll soon find out if the Saints are the only team, but it certainly has to be encouraging for Moss to know there's still some degree of interest in his services.
With Drew Brees at the helm, New Orleans could be an intriguing potential destination for Moss as he looks to revive his NFL career. After all, we saw what he did while playing alongside another future Hall of Fame quarterback in Tom Brady.
This isn't the first time that Moss has been linked to the Saints, as it was reported last September that the team hosted Moss for a team facility visit. The Saints eventually disputed that report, but it's an interesting side note, nonetheless.
New Orleans could lose both Marques Colston and Robert Meachem — two of Brees' top targets — to free agency, so the need for a wide receiver is obvious. It could all come down to whether Moss is able to prove he has as much left in the tank as he claims.