Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer reported Monday night that the New Orleans Saints are inviting wide receiver Randy Moss to a workout.
Moss, who played the first seven years of his career with the Vikings, announced his retirement prior to the 2011 season. He declared a few weeks ago that he was planning a return to the NFL.
According to Glazer,
The Saints are believed to be one of a few teams that are interested in bringing Moss in for a workout in the coming weeks.
Moss had a career-high 1,632 yards with the Vikings in 2003. Following a 13-touchdown season in 2004, Moss left Minnesota for Oakland, where he had an underwhelming two-year stint with the Raiders.
In 2007 he joined the Patriots and enjoyed a resurgence, tallying three straight thousand-yard seasons. Moss’ tenure in New England ended when he was traded back to Minnesota during the 2010 season. The second go-around in Minnesota didn’t go nearly as well, as Moss had just 13 catches in four games before being waived. He was later picked up by Tennessee, where he had just six catches in eight games.
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