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Topic - Santana Moss
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.
The Washington Redskins opened free agency not with the familiar Dan Snyder splash but instead with a few noteworthy ripples, keeping a couple of key players while adding an offensive lineman, a special teams standout and a No. 2 receiver.
Wide receiver Andre Roberts made it official, signing a reported four-year deal worth $16 million.
In a surprise move, Pro Football Talk announced that the Redskins agreed to a one-year deal with free agent receiver Santana Moss.
The Redskins began their free agent spending on Tuesday by reuniting with an old face and agreeing to terms with two new names. Wide receiver Santana Moss, right guard Shawn Lauvao and inside linebacker Adam Hayward all agreed to contracts with the Redskins in the minutes following the 4 p.m. start to the new league year.
Entering a normal start to free agency for the first time in five years, the Washington Redskins began spending their $18 million in salary cap space fairly wisely Tuesday, eschewing the big splash in the early hours in favor of quality reinforcements for a team that went 3-13 last season.
Should the Redskins re-sign Santana Moss
Open thread: Should the Redskins re-sign Santana Moss?
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?
Santana Moss said that Griffin playing without a knee brace is like being a new player, and retired Skins tight end Chris Cooleyused the words unbelievable and freak after working out with Griffin.
Moss said he hopes Clark, 34, will bring that productivity and veteran leadership with him to the Redskins.