If Randy Moss wants to continue his career, he will have to do it somewhere other than San Francisco. Moss, 36, is a free agent, and a league source has told Pro Football Talk that "the Niners were making it perfectly clear at the Scouting Combine that they intend to steer clear of Moss in 2013."
Moss caught 26 passes last season and was very vocal during Super Bowl week regarding his displeasure with his role in the offense.
It looks like Moss' second retirement announcement could be coming soon. Moss wasn't a problem child last season, but he also wasn't of much use on the field. He said he should have been a bigger part of the offense, but the fact is he no longer has the skills to be a dependable NFL wide receiver. His speed is gone; he's basically nothing more than a big body around the goal line. There isn't much left in his tank, and I don't expect many teams to be craving his services next season. We have probably seen the last of him in this league.