Randy Moss has been waived by the Vikings just weeks after Minnesota traded a third-round draft pick to the New England Patriots for the receiver, the NFL Network reported Monday.

Following the Minnesota Vikings 28-18 loss to the New England Patriots, the Vikings receiver announced that he would not be answering any more questions from the media for the rest of the season.

Moss had not spoken to reporters since Oct. 13, taking a $25,000 fine from the NFL for failing to cooperate with the media. The money didn’t sway him to open up last week in the days leading up to his return to New England, which traded him to the Vikings on Oct. 6.

“I got fined $25,000 for not speaking to you all. Me, personally, I really don’t care,” Moss said. “But at the same time, I do answer questions throughout the week. For the league to fine me $25,000, I’m not going to answer any more questions for the rest of this year. If it’s going to be an interview, I’m going to conduct [it]. … I’ll ask myself the questions, then give y’all the answers. So from here on out, I’m not answering any more questions for the rest of this season.”

In four games with the Vikings, Moss had 13 receptions for 174 yards and two touchdowns. The Vikings were 1-3 in those games, including Sunday’s 28-18 loss at New England. Source: espn.com

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  6. Maybe he’s the big time receiver that cutler so desperatly needs

    • FFR Squad says:

      It would definitely be a nice boost for Cutler and the Bears offense. Knox and Moss on the outside with Hester in the slot would be a lot of speed. Don’t think the Bears would do it though.

  7. What uniform do you guys want to see Moss wearing next week?

    • FFR Squad says:

      We could see Daniel Snyder wanting Moss in Washington and picking up the 3 million or so remaining. If he slips through waivers though we could easily see him rejoining his buddies in New England. A wild card team I would love to see claim him would be the Rams. Get Bradford an elite receiver to throw the ball to. Who are you thinking?

      • How about the Chargers. They have a qb who could feed him the ball with consistancy. They are in need for a big play guy, who could take over for Vincent Jackson, who appears to not want to be in SD.

        • FFR Squad says:

          There is one person that would definitely like that, Phillip Rivers! He would probably have to make it through waivers for the Chargers to get him though, don’t think they would pick up his tab.

  8. Adam S. says:

    Moss will now go through the waiver process, and there is obviously a good chance he will be claimed. The team with the worst record in the league, the Bills, will have first crack at him. If Moss is not claimed, he will be a free agent, able to sign with any team.

    There are already reports out that the Dolphins and Seahawks have made calls to his agent.

    What does this mean for your fantasy team? Obviously as soon as he left NE his value has dropped. Now, the once first round draft pick, might not even be worth a spot in your starting rotation. More to come.

    • FFR Squad says:

      Depending on what team he goes to his value might get a little bit of a boost from leaving Minnesota. Minnesota seemed fine with using Moss as a decoy to open up room for Harvin. If no one claims him by 4 P.M. EST tomorrow every team will get a chance to get him, with the Vikes picking up the tab.

      Here is a list of teams that could have interest in putting a claim in on Moss:
      - Dallas Cowboys
      - Washington Redskins
      - Chicago Bears
      - St. Louis Rams
      - Miami Dolphins
      - Oakland Raiders
      - Kansas City Chiefs
      - New York Jets
      - New England Patriots