On Wednesday, Tom Pelissero of 1500espn.com pointed out that Vikings receiver Randy Moss has entered the third week of a media boycott.
NFL spokesman Greg Aiello tells us that the league is exploring the situation.
“They are expected to cooperate with the media following each game and during the practice week,” Aiello told us via e-mail. “We are looking into this.”
Last year, Aiello had to read to then-Bills receiver Terrell Owens the relevant portion of the league policy in this regard, at a time when T.O. decided not to meet with the media because he believed the media was baiting him into saying things that made him look silly. (This year, Owens is doing it all on his own, via The T.Ocho Show.)
Moss could be fined if he refuses to cooperate. At least the league won’t have to deduct the money from his paycheck.