The Titans were awarded former Vikings WR Randy Moss on waivers Wednesday, the team confirmed.
According to multiple media outlets, the Titans were the only team to put in a claim for the 33-year-old Moss, who was waived by Minnesota on Tuesday.
Moss has 22 catches for 313 yards and five TDs in eight games this season. New England dealt Moss to Minnesota for a 2011 third-round pick in October as the Vikings looked to jump-start a flagging passing game, but Moss lasted just four games in Minnesota.
"Randy Moss, it didn't work out," Vikings head coach Brad Childress said Wednesday. "I'm not going to get into any particulars."
The Titans' claim of Moss comes after second-year WR Kenny Britt suffered a hamstring injury Sunday at San Diego. Britt will miss the Week 10 game at Miami after Tennessee's bye, head coach Jeff Fisher said Wednesday.