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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Santana Moss
Redskins depth chart analysis: We know who the Redskins' top three wide receivers will be but the rest of the depth chart is up for grabs.
Redskins players and officials reacted to Wednesday's ruling by the United States Patent and Trademark Office that the team's name is offensive to Native Americans and canceling its trademark registrations.
For most of his career, Santana Moss has played at a No. 1 wide receiver level. Now it appears the veteran receiver may be fighting for a roster spot
Jay Gruden had some high praise for Santana Moss and the veteran receiver is upbeat despite facing an uphill battle to make the 53-man roster.
Santana Moss like what he sees from the Redskins' new coaching staff but he's not ready to embrace the notion that the new atmosphere will lead to better results on the field.
Will Santana Moss make the Redskins' roster? After you read what Coach Jay Gruden had to say about the 35-year-old wide receiver on Wednesday, your opinion may change.
So far, Jackson's new teammates and coaches have made it a point to accept him unconditionally. They've all heard and read the stories about his sudden end in Philadelphia, and a team's willingness to move on from such a singular talent is a concern. But, for now, Redskins players are willing to suspend judgment.
20 questions: The Redskins' special teams were awful last year and those woes including the return game. Can they improve this year? Who will the returners be? Tandler and Tarik take a look.
There are always winners and losers in any free agent deal and the DeSean Jackson signing had some major ripple effects. Tandler and Tarik take a look.
Need to Know: Five thoughts on the Redskins including wondering if special teams will play a role in Santana Moss' fate.
Santana Moss is the only current Redskin who played with Ryan Clark in Washington and the wide receiver is glad the safety is back.
The Redskins had a chance to sign Ryan Clark a number of years ago. Santana Moss says he's glad Washington didn't pass this time when a second chance came around.
Santana Moss has been the Redskins' best receiver for most of the last decade but he'll face a battle to hang on to a roster spot this year.
At 34, Santana Moss says he's got plenty left to offer the Redskins.
The Redskins didn't make a big splash on the first day of free agency but they make some solid moves; here is a comment on each of them.
"I love a guy like Ryan to be around just for what our defense was missing," said wide receiver Santana Moss, who played with Clark in Washington in 2005. "I think with London leaving, Ryan is the next best guy to be out there, to be able to listen to and to be able to talk to these young guys."
"For the years that we have worn it and for the Super Bowls that they've brought to this organization, I hope that it hasn't offended anybody to that matter to where it have to get too serious to where we can't no longer have that logo or that name on our chest," Moss said. "But at the end of the day, man, I just hope for the best for it because as players we don't know what's going on. All we can do is go out here and keep representing."