Neither team will confirm trade for the troubled wide receiver.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Randy Moss' electrifying talent was no longer enough for the Minnesota Vikings to put up with his distracting antics.
Dante DiTrapano, Moss' agent, told The Associated Press on Wednesday that the Vikings and the Oakland Raiders had "come to an agreement on Randy playing for Oakland next year."
Neither the Vikings nor the Raiders would confirm the deal, which was first reported by The St. Paul Pioneer Press.
"We have had discussions with the Oakland Raiders, but there's nothing to announce," Rob Brzezinski, Minnesota's vice president of football operations, told The Associated Press.
Raiders spokesman Mike Taylor said, "I cannot comment on the deal specifically, however, this organization has always been tremendously aggressive and Randy Moss rates with the great players of all time. Great players want to play for the Raiders."
DiTrapano said he didn't know the terms of the deal, but the Pioneer Press reported the Vikings would get linebacker Napoleon Harris, along with the seventh overall pick and a late-round pick in the upcoming draft.
The deal cannot become official until March 2, the start of the NFL's fiscal year.
"It's just like any other contract. There's a meeting of the minds between the people who negotiate for the Vikings and the people who negotiate for the Raiders," DiTrapano said. "It just hasn't been reduced to writing and it won't be until March 2."
Moss is due to make $7.25 million next year. Harris is due to make $5.41 million.
Cowboys reunite Bledsoe, Parcells
Drew Bledsoe set passing records and reached the Super Bowl as a young quarterback playing for Bill Parcells in New England. Nearly a decade later, the duo will try doing it again with Dallas. Bledsoe signed a three-year contract one day after he was released by the Buffalo Bills. Financial terms were not immediately available.
Eagles tender Westbrook
Philadelphia tendered restricted free agent Brian Westbrook, giving the Eagles the right to match any offer he receives or a first-round pick from any team that signs the running back. The one-year tender will cost the team $1.43 million, but the Eagles have the option of signing the third-year player to a long-term deal.
Fielder released by Dolphins
Miami released quarterback Jay Fiedler, ending his five-year run as the much-maligned successor to Dan Marino. Last season, Fiedler started just seven games for the Dolphins (4-12), going 1-6 while throwing for 1,186 yards, seven touchdowns and eight interceptions. Fiedler spent much of the 2004 season on the injured list with a herniated disc. Fiedler was due a $2 million roster bonus in March. The Dolphins also released safeties Arturo Freeman and Shawn Wooden, and defensive end Jay Williams.
Patriots release four
New England released four players, including defensive back Earthwind Moreland, and hired two assistant coaches. The Patriots also released defensive lineman Buck Rasmussen, guard Wilbert Brown and tight end Zeron Flemister, none of whom played in a regular season game last season. The Super Bowl champions also appointed Joel Collier as assistant secondary coach and Harold Nash as assistant strength and conditioning coach.