Two days after not catching a pass on Monday Night Football in Week 4 of the 2010 season, the Patriots traded Randy Moss back to the team that drafted him, the Vikings. Moss didn't fit well with Vikings coach Brad Childress and was eventually waived by the team Nov. 2. Childress was fired Nov. 22. Moss, however, was quickly claimed by the Titans, who played him in eight games. Moss retired Aug. 1, ending the career of the receiver with the most single-season touchdown receptions (23 with the Patriots in 2007). But Moss couldn't stay retired for long. He announced that he was coming out of retirement via a Ustream video chat with fans Feb. 13, and the 49ers scooped him up March 12.