Randy Moss has decided to retire instead of finding a new NFL team this year, agent Joe Segal told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
"After weighing his options and contemplating offers, he's decided to retire," Segal said, per Schefter.
Moss started last season with the New England Patriots, but was then traded in the middle of the season to the Minnesota Vikings. The Vikings cut Moss after just four games. He finished the season with the Tennessee Titans.
In 13 seasons, the 34-year-old recorded 153 touchdowns, 14,858 receiving yards and 954 receptions.
In his first year with New England in 2007, he broke the single-season record for most touchdown passes with 23, leading the Patriots to a perfect 16-0 regular season.
Moss began his career with the Vikings in 1998. He won Offensive Rookie of the Year after catching 69 passes for 1,313 yards and 17 touchdowns.