As many expected, Randy Moss is pulling a Brett Favre and considering coming out of his early retirement. What wasn’t expected is his interest in playing for the Dallas Cowboys.
ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter reported that Moss is hoping a team with some potential this season would be willing to pick him up. He listed the Patriots, Eagles, Giants, Jets, Bears, and Dallas as specific teams he would like to play for.
The Cowboys, however, have shown no interest in picking him up, even with their injury-plagued wide receivers. Head Coach Jason Garrett feels confident in his back-up receivers Kevin Ogletree and Jesse Holley, showing no need for the 34-year-old receiver.
Even though many could see this happening from a mile away, it will be difficult for Moss to find a landing spot. There is a reason he retired: nobody wanted him. If no team would give him a contract in the offseason, what makes him think a winning team with a rotation already in place will tack him on last second? Unless a serious injury takes place for one of the championship contendors, I doubt Moss will get another chance.
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