As it stands right now, the Tennessee Titans remain Randy Moss’ most recent NFL team. If the mercurial wide receiver has his way, though, they wont be the last.
Monday, his 35th birthday, Moss announced his plans to un-retire on multiple social media platforms.
"I wanna play football," Moss said on the video site, UStream. "Your boy is going to come back here and play some football, so I'm really excited.
“I had some things I had to adjust in my life."
His agent, Joel Segal, confirmed Moss’ plans, according to an ESPN.com report.
"Randy and I have discussed it," Segal said. "He still has his fire and he's looking forward to playing football. He's excited."
Moss announced his retirement last Aug. 1 and sat out the entire 2011 season.
He played eight games in 2010 for Tennessee, which claimed him off waivers from Minnesota. He also spent time that year with New England.
Moss caught just six passes for 80 yards and did not score a touchdown during his time with the Titans. He was a backup during the final four games.
"Faith, family and football, that's my M.O., bro," Moss said during his UStream session. "Your boy be back for the upcoming season."
Moss ranks among the NFL’s all-time top 10 in receptions (954, fifth), receiving yards (14,858, ninth) and touchdown receptions (153, tied for second).
He wrote on his Twitter page: "Now back to biz!! There's good an bad an u have to b ready for both! its in gods hand now."
Now he will have to get some team to sign him.