Moss says he hopes he fits into Titans' offense

TERESA M. WALKER - AP Sports Writer
November 10, 2010
Tennessee Titans wide receiver Randy Moss tosses a football during NFL football practice on Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2010, in Nashville, Tenn. The Titans claimed Moss off waivers last week, becoming the third team Moss has played for this season. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)
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Tennessee Titans wide receiver Randy Moss tosses a football during NFL football practice on Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2010, in Nashville, Tenn. The Titans claimed Moss off waivers last week, becoming the third team Moss has played for this season.

Randy Moss says he's sorry things didn't work out with in Minnesota and that he isn't upset with the Vikings or coach Brad Childress for waiving him.

The well-traveled receiver insists he isn't in town — his third NFL city this season — to start any trouble.

Moss spoke Wednesday for the first time since Minnesota waived him Nov. 1. Wednesday was Moss' second practice with the Titans, the only NFL team to put in a claim for the player with 153 career touchdown catches.

Moss began his media session with a statement, but did take four questions — the entire exchange lasted 3 minutes, 4 seconds.

Moss says everybody probably blames him for his short stint in Minnesota, but he isn't concerned about that because he's with the Titans now and plans to work every day.