Wide receiver Randy Moss may soon start visiting teams interested in signing him, and NFL.com reported Sunday that several teams have shown an interest.
The visits could begin after the NFL Scouting Combine completes its activities, according to the report, and, if Moss demonstrates he's in good physical condition, he might sign a contract before March 13.
Moss, 35, sat out the 2011 season, but says he wants to return next season. He does not have a contract with any team, which means he does not have to wait until free agency begins March 13 to sign with an NFL team.
Moss played for three teams in 2010 - New England, Tennessee and Minnesota - and he played in all 16 regular-season games, but had just 28 receptions for 393 yards and five touchdowns. He had 83 catches, including 13 for touchdowns, in 2009 for the Patriots.
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