NASHVILLE, Nov. 10 (UPI) -- Mercurial wide receiver Randy Moss said Wednesday he's not out to cause trouble for his new team, the Tennessee Titans, but to work.
Meeting with reporters at the Titans' practice facility after his second day of workouts with his new squad, Moss read a statement in which he said he wants to be all business after being at the center of controversy with his former team, the Minnesota Vikings, The Tennessean reported.
"I said it before: I didn't want to go to Minnesota and mess anything up," Moss said. "But I guess everybody blamed me for it. So I am going to say it again: I am not coming here to start no trouble. I am just coming in here to work every day and hopefully win."
Moss praised the history of the Titans, citing their roots as the Houston Oilers and saying that as a sports fan he appreciates the work of head Coach Jeff Fisher.
"Coach Fisher's resume speaks for itself," the newspaper reported him as saying.
It was a reported clash with Vikings Coach Jeff Childress that earned the star receiver a trip to the waiver wire last month after mixed success in four games with Minnesota.