A few weeks ago, Randy Moss announced that he would be ending his year-long retirement to play football in 2012.
At the time, many wondered if any team would be willing to take a flyer on the wide receiver.
Months before the season kicks off, Moss is getting a shot to prove he still has what it takes to play in the NFL.
Moss is scheduled to work out with the Saints on Tuesday.
The Saints won the NFC South in 2011 and don't seem to need much help on offense. New Orleans had the number one passing attack in 2011, with 5,347 yards through the air. Moss would join one of the best receiving corps in the league if he were to sign with the Saints.
But New Orleans isn't the only team that will give Moss a chance to show them if he has anything left in the tank.
ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting that Moss will visit two more teams after working out for New Orleans.
It's not known who these teams are, but speculation has it that the Jets and Eagles could be among the two mystery teams.
In February, Yahoo Sports reported that a source close to Moss said both Philadelphia and New York were interested in bringing in Moss.
Moss hasn't had a productive season since 2009. That season, he caught 83 passes for 1,264 yards with the New England Patriots.