Does Randy Moss fit in AFC East?

Future Hall of Fame receiver Randy Moss says he wants to return to football in 2012. Moss is one of the most dynamic receivers of all time, and if he’s in shape, someone will give him a shot.

Would he be a fit in the AFC East? Let's examine.

Buffalo Bills

Skinny: The Bills could have a need at receiver, especially if pending free agent Steve Johnson is too expensive to re-sign. The Bills have been unafraid to take chances with controversial receivers in the past. Buffalo signed Terrell Owens for one year when Owens was released by the Dallas Cowboys. Could Moss be next?

Chances: Mild

Miami Dolphins

Skinny: Miami is undergoing a lot of changes with a new head coach in Joe Philbin, a new West Coast offense, and most likely a new quarterback. Bringing in a player like Moss could be too much of a distraction for a rookie coach trying to establish a new program.

Chances: None

New England Patriots

Skinny: The Patriots tried the Moss experiment before, and it was mostly successful. New England will be searching for a deep threat this offseason. The Patriots would love to have the 2007 version of Moss. That same level of interest in the 2012 version isn't as high, but you can't completely rule it out.

Chances: Medium

New York Jets

Skinny: The Jets need a replacement for pending free-agent receiver Plaxico Burress, but Moss isn't the answer. New York has enough chemistry issues in its locker room as it is, especially on offense. The structure isn't in place for the Jets to take on an extra personality like Moss.

Chances: Low