No matter what positive spin coach Jeff Fisher put on Randy Moss’ stay in Tennessee, the decision to sign Moss failed miserably.
Moss caught six passes for 80 yards in eight games. His performance was bad enough to make us wonder if his career could be over and a return to Tennessee certainly doesn’t make sense.
Speaking on PFT Live Wednesday, new Titans coach Mike Munchak wouldn’t rule it out.
“It remains to be seen. A lot of those evaluations are being made now,” Munchak said, noting it could depend on who the quarterback is and some of the other pieces on the offense.
We have no clue what Moss has left to offer, but it’s hard to imagine him being part of a rebuilding effort in Tennessee or anywhere else. Heck, it’s hard to imagine Moss swallowing his pride and taking the low contract offers he’ll get in 2011.
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