Before the Super Bowl, PFT reported that wide receiver Randy Moss planned to play at least one more year whether or not he was re-signed by the 49ers.
The 49ers have passed on bringing him back and we haven’t heard much about interest elsewhere in the league for the services of a veteran receiver who looked like he was missing the top gear that made him one of the most dangerous wideouts in football earlier in his career. He was a good soldier despite playing a limited role he admitted not liking all that much, but no team has stepped forward to ask him to play any kind of role for them next season.
Now comes word from Mike Freeman of CBSSports.com that Moss isn’t sure whether or not he wants to play any role for any team. Freeman reports that Moss is still making up his mind as teams start OTAs around the league.
Without more information, it’s hard to tell if Moss’ indecision has anything to do with the league’s indifference to his talents. But we don’t need too much more in the way of detail to know that Moss’ feelings on a return don’t matter all that much if teams around the league remain interested in moving in other directions.