Moss Works Out for New Orleans Saints as He Tries to Come Back, Fox Says

Former All-Pro wide receiver Randy Moss will work out today for the New Orleans Saints as he tries to return to football, according to Fox Sports.

Moss, who retired in August after playing for three teams during the 2010 National Football League season, will join former NFL quarterback Brian Brohm for the workout, Fox Sports said on its website, citing unidentified people. It didn’t say where the workout would take place.

Moss, 35, played for the New England Patriots, Tennessee Titans and Minnesota Vikings in 2010 before announcing his retirement after a 13-year career that also included a two-year stint with the Oakland Raiders. He is fifth on the league’s reception-yardage list with 14,858 and ninth with 954 catches. His 153 receiving touchdowns are tied for second with Terrell Owens, trailing leader Jerry Rice, who had 197. Moss was named a first-team All-Pro for the 1998, 2000, 2003 and 2007 seasons.

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