The Tennessee Titans food caterer has apparently passed its first tests with wide receiver/would-be food critic Randy Moss.
McConnell's Catering, which has provided food for the Titans for years, said it has had no problems whatsoever since Moss' arrival at Baptist Sports Park on Monday.
“I saw him the other day and he seemed like a really nice guy,” McConnell's owner Charlie McConnell told TitanInsider.com.
Moss had criticized the buffet from a restaurant called Tinucci's in Minnesota and reportedly had an outburst, saying he would feed it to his dog.
On Wednesday, the lunch menu entrees at Baptist Sports Park consisted of a sauteed butterfly chicken breast and tenderloin tips with gravy. Meal options also included zucchini, as well a broccoli, pepper and green bean vegetable medley, plus a full salad and fruit bar.
“We've had no problems whatsoever thus far,” McConnell's executive chef David Vaughan said. “We've not had any complaints whatsoever from players since I've been here, and I've been here for several years.”