Wide receiver Randy Moss recently listed four NFL teams that he's interested in playing for next season, and the Browns are one of them.
"I want to play football," Moss said Wednesday during a radio interview with KFAN 1130-AM in Minneapolis. "If it's the Cleveland Browns, Seattle Seahawks, Minnesota Vikings, New England Patriots, wherever it is, I just want somebody to respect what I do.
"I just like loyalty. I like good people around me, and I want to give that back in return. So with all that said, whoever wants me I guess is where I'm gonna play at to be honest with you."
Last season, Moss played for the Patriots, the Vikings and the Tennessee Titans. He compiled 28 catches for 393 yards and five touchdowns. Moss, 34, will be a free agent once a new collective bargaining agreement is in place.
When reports surfaced about the Patriots trying to get rid of Moss this past November, Browns President Mike Holmgren indicated Cleveland was not interested.
"I think Randy is a wonderful player," Holmgren said during a news conference Nov. 2. "He had maybe his greatest game of his life against me in Green Bay on a Monday night game. We could not stop him, unbelievable. Our focus, I believe, has to be on developing our younger receivers."
Are you satisfied with Holmgren's answer, or would you welcome a change of heart from the Browns' front office?