Having been let go by his second team in less than a month, Randy Moss is expected to be available to all other NFL teams on today after being waived by the Minnesota Vikings yesterday. However, where will he go?
Washington (4-4, NFC E): Coach Mike Shanahan acknowledged on Monday that the team would consider claiming Moss. After Santana Moss and Chris Cooley, the Redskins have very little depth at receiver.
St. Louis (4-4 NFC W): Rookie QB Sam Bradford has already lost his two premier receiver options (Donnie Avery and his replacement Mark Clayton) to injury this year. He’s relying on second-year player Danny Amendola as his leading wideout, and could use a veteran presence, especially with promising rookie Danario Alexander out a few weeks. The Rams are firmly in the race for the NFC West crown, so Moss could have a big impact.
Seattle (4-3 NFC W): Moss could be a good fit for the Seahawks, whom he would give a needed stretch-the-field option. Their leading receiver is reclamation project Mike Williams. The Seahawks traded Deion Branch back to New England, where he effectively became Moss’ replacement. It would be ironic if Moss did the same to Branch.
Tennessee (5-3 AFC S): The Titans just lost WR Kenny Britt for an extended period because of a hamstring injury. Coach Jeff Fisher said he would consider adding Moss, and had already been lobbied by some of his players to do so.