Moss went around his back and told the owner to fire him. Even worse, Moss had only been there for a month.
If you were a manager, you'd really be cool with one of your employees going behind your back and telling the owner to fire you?
Plus, they've shown footage of Moss in the locker room screaming at everyone like he is the leader of the team after two games. Moss has the career numbers to be a leader but you don't just walk into a clubhouse full of guys you don't know and start telling them what to do after two weeks.
Hopefully he'll just go with the flow in Tennessee and let his play do the talking. If he does that, he can gradually become one of the leaders. I thought what he was doing in the Vikings locker room was odd before Childress ever cut him.