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By PFW staff

The always-interesting Randy Moss professed his love for the Patriots during a radio interview on KFAN 1130-AM in Minneapolis on Wednesday.

"If you're asking me where my heart and where I'm happy is, I love playing with Tom Brady. I love being coached by Bill Belichick," Moss said.

Moss made a lot of headlines this season. He started 2010 in New England before being traded to Minnesota and was then cut by the Vikings and claimed by the Titans. He finished with just 393 yards receiving and five touchdowns. He totaled one catch in his last four games. He is set to be a free agent in the new Collective Bargaining Agreement.

"I think that just the success as a wide receiver and everything that the New England Patriots stand for, you know, I'm a big fan of Bill Belichick's," he said.

Moss did say he would love a return to the Vikings.

The way we see it

Judging by the way Moss, 34, played in Tennessee, most teams won't want to take a flier on him. But at times early on, he still showed why he is one of the most dangerous receivers all-time, specifically a one-handed TD grab against the Jets. The Patriots could use a Moss-like wideout who can create space, but it's unlikely they want to bring him back into the locker room considering the offensive success the team had without him.

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