A league source tells NFP that Randy Moss' comeback is definitely a go, and that there are three NFL teams that have shown at least some interest in the unretired wide receiver.
The source did not name the three teams that would be willing to talk to Moss about his comeback, but the 35-year-old receiver has plenty to prove after catching only 28 passes for three teams in 2010. Moss started the year in New England and was traded to Minnesota, where the Vikings waived him. He finished the season with the Tennessee Titans and had just six receptions there, spending most of his time on the bench.
Moss announced his comeback try last week via a UStream video.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com
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