His production dropped off from age 30 to 32, then he crapped out on three teams at age 33--the Titans being the most disturbing because there weren't any reported personality clashes, he just got benched after not producing-and was out of the league at age 34.
No, you're right. The Titans were one big happy family. And Randy just wasn't producing. It probably had nothing to do with the fact that this is what he got from his QBs in his first 3 games as a Titan:
V. Young/K. Collins: 18-38, 143 Yards, 1 INT.
Rusty Smith: 17-38, 138 Yards, 3 INT.
K. Collins: 14-32, 169 Yards, 2 INT.
It probably was all Randy's fault.
In his first game in Minnesota, against probably the league's best pass defense, he caught 4 passes for 81 yards and a 37-yard TD where he burned Cromartie.
His attitude was shitty at the end in each of the three places, but the idea that he couldn't play anymore is simply wrong.