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Topic - Santana Moss
Capsules of the 16 NFC teams entering NFL free agency, which begins Tuesday:
Let the bidding binges begin.
The Redskins have some need at wide receiver but they won't know how much until training camp.
Should the Redskins re-sign Santana Moss
Thirteen of the Redskins' free agents started at least one game in 2013. Not all of them will be re-signed. Who would you keep?
After a dismal season on special teams in 2013, the Redskins figure to make some big changes to personnel this offseason. Who stays and who goes?
Open thread: Should the Redskins re-sign Santana Moss?
Need to Know: Here are the Redskins' five leading receivers of the Mike Shanahan era.
Redskins position outlook: Pierre Garcon will be at the top of the wide receiver depth chart in September but who lines up with him remains to be seen.
The Redskins are likely to be looking for wide receiver help and one of the better ones on the market might be willing to change cities (and quarterbacks).
In Part II of Bruce Allen's exclusive sit down with Comcast SportsNet, the Redskins general manager says the team will look to add 20 new players to the roster in 2014.
Two scuffling teams playing for pride and jobs, but maybe less or not because it's Week 17 and this is where weird things happens in the world of fantasy football.
Santana Moss doesn't want to talk about his future, which is very uncertain following Sunday's game.
Twenty-two players will be free agents following the season, including seven starters on defense. The Redskins should have approximately $25 million available under the salary cap when the new league year begins in March, and that amount should be enough to address many of their concerns.
London Fletcher is taking a slightly lighter workload as he winds down his career.
"All I'm thinking about right now is the Giants," he said on Tuesday. "We'll handle that when we handle that."
"I don't like to even talk about it," Moss said. "It is what it is. Nothing I can control, so at the end of the day, all I got to do is go out there and control what I can control, and that's to go out there and play ball come Sunday."