The Minnesota Vikings waived Randy Moss Monday after his impromptu post game press conference in New England Sunday. The 31 other NFL teams now have the opportunity to put a waiver claim in on the veteran receiver, with the Bills getting the first opportunity to do so due to their winless record. The question is will they bother?
Head coach Chan Gailey was asked about whether they’d put a claim in on Moss. Here was his response.
“I heard about it,” said Gailey of Moss being waived. “We evaluate everything every day, but I don’t know if that would be a fit or not. I’m sure Buddy (Nix) and I will talk about it. We talk about them all.”
In all likelihood the Bills will take a pass. Getting quality production out of their receiving corps has not been a problem for the Bills with the emergence of Roscoe Parrish and Steve Johnson in expanded roles for the first time in their careers. Buffalo parted ways with Terrell Owens last offseason, choosing not to extend him a new contract offer after his one-year deal expired. So it’s not anticipated the Bills would sign an equally controversial figure and add him to the roster.
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