"Make sure to tell the young man that I'm very impressed with what he is doing," Moseley told CSNBaltimore.com during a Tuesday phone interview. "It's not easy to kick a 61-yard field goal. That's how I made my career – kicking those last-second field goals. I wanted it on my shoulders. The good kickers, they're the ones that want it to come down to them. For me, kicking the big field goals was really easier than kicking a 28-yarder. You're expected to make those. The way you stay around is to make the big ones."
Former Redskins MVP Mark Moseley told the story of how he became the team's starting kicker on the Redskins Nation Alumni Special on Wednesday night.