Packers Chasing R. Moss
The Green Bay Packers have emerged as the NFL team most likely to trade for Oakland Raiders wide receiver Randy Moss.
Several NFL sources said Thursday and this morning they believe the Packers have the best chance to end up with Moss if the Raiders indeed trade him. The Raiders desperately need a quarterback and the Packers' trade package apparently would include Aaron Rodgers, the former first-round draft choice who's yet to see significant playing time in Green Bay because Brett Favre refuses to retire.
Moss apparently is willing to restructure his contract to accommodate the deal. That's a necessity because he's due to make $21 million over the next two seasons.
A report Thursday by the Boston Herald said the trade was imminent but Packers officials denied that.
The New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers also have been said to be interested. The Patriots' interest might have ended with their recent signing of free agent wideout Donte Stallworth, however.
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