Randy Moss not a fit in NFC East

Randy Moss had a difficult 2010. He played for three teams last season, and it seems as if he's played for everybody in the NFL.

The last team he participated for was the Tennessee Titans.

He will be on the open market whenever the lockout ends, which could be in the next two weeks. If that's the case, there are some NFC East teams who might need him.

Dan Graziano, our NFC East blogger, says in his weekly NFC East video mailbag that Moss doesn't have a fit on at least one NFC East team, the Philadelphia Eagles.

I agree that the Eagles don't need Moss and it's worth noting that the Cowboys wouldn't want him either, unless he's willing to become a No. 3 receiver and a mentor to Miles Austin and Dez Bryant.

To make this happen, the Cowboys would have to release Roy Williams, who is the current old-timer of the receiving corps. The Cowboys would take a $12.9 million cap hit if they lose Williams, and it appears doubtful they would be willing to do that.

Moss agent, Joel Segal, told me Moss is in magnificent shape and is doing two-a-days to get ready for the season. It would seem with Moss' experience (he's 34), he might be good for some team.