Vikings end Moss reunion tour after four games

Written by Chris Kolb

Topics: Minnesota Vikings

In one of the most suprising moves of the season, Minnesota has decided to move on with their season without wide receiver Randy Moss, placing him on waivers earlier today, according to NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi.

This is breaking as we write this, so the explanation as to the exact reasoning behind his dismissal will undoubtedly be forthcoming as the day progresses.

Moss spent a fair amount of time trashing his coaches while he simultaneously praised the Patriots following yesterday’s 28-18 loss in New England, and there’s little doubt that those comments, along with Moss’ inability to fit in with the offensive game plan of head coach Brad Childress played a major role in his departure.

Moss will go through the waiver process for the time being, and if a team claims him, they’ll be on the hook for the remainder of his salary for this season. Currently the Bills have first shot at Moss’ services, given their 0-7 record.

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  • TalkProFootball

    Complete mess in Viking territory

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