>All during the day, I kept hearing reports that the Titans were interested in acquiring Randy Moss. off the waiver wire.
And all day, I hoped that the team that once passed the guy over in the draft over concerns about his character issues would do the same thing again.
Unfortunately, that proved not to be the case.
And now Randy Moss, one of the most talented receivers to play the game but one of the biggest detriments to a locker room, is coming to Nashville.
And I’m not happy. Not happy at all.
I stood by the Redskins during the Spurrier era. I stood by the Titans during the PacMan Jones debacle. I thought we’d learned from that. But it appears not.
And I’m not sure even making a Super Bowl and winning it with Moss on the team will make this worth it.
I hope I’m proven wrong.
But I have to admit my enthusiasm for the Titans has waned a lot this afternoon. And there’s nothing Randy Moss can do on the field to win me over.