Randy Moss has every reason to be frustrated by his lack of opportunities with the Titans, but the veteran receiver insisted Wednesday that he's not mad. In fact, he said he's enjoying his time in Tennessee so much he'd like to come back next season.
"This organization has been good to me. My production has not been where I want it to be or where the organization wants it to be. But when it comes down to it, I think they are happy with where they are at with me and I am happy with where I'm at," Moss said.
"Next year, hopefully, if the opportunity presents itself for me to be here, I would love to. I like the city and I like the people. There's a lot of history here, and football is one of the many things they have going on around here in this city, and I am a country boy in a country city. I love it. I can't speak enough about the city and the fans."
Moss has only five catches for 62 yards since the Titans claimed him off waivers from the Vikings on Nov. 3, and he was not even targeted in the past two games. The 13th-year pro will be a free agent after the season.