Randy Moss spent some time working out with the New Orleans Saints last week but he hasn’t found a home for the 2012 season yet. The once-retired footballer will continue to showcase his 35-year-old talents around the league and will workout with the San Francisco 49ers today.
Moss, who didn’t play during the 2011 season, has decided that he’s interested in making a comeback, and unsurprisingly, there are plenty of teams who are interested in signing the six-time Pro Bowl wide receiver.
The SF Gate reports that the 49ers are attempting to re-sign quarterback Alex Smith. They’ve reportedly made him an offer but if the team really wants to make Smith interested in staying in California, they’ll need to beef up their WR lineup. The 49ers made it the NFC Championship game last year but only managed one catch one for 3 yards in their eventually loss to the Giants.
With Moss, who is tied for second in NFL history with 153 touchdowns, Smith would have at least one reliable target. San Francisco got rid of Braylon Edwards in December and lost Joshua Morgan to injury. Michael Crabtree will return to the 49ers. Crabtree had 72 catches for 874 yards during the 2011 season.
Randy Moss, of course, isn’t the only veteran player being shopped around the league at the moment. Peyton Manning has been taking meetings with several teams over the last few days. He has already met with Denver Broncos and the Arizona Cardinals.
Where do you think Randy Moss will play in 2012?