According to Jones, Moss has said that he would like remain in Washington.
Moss, who will be 35 by the start of the 2014 season, finished his 13th season in the league with 42 receptions for 452 yards and two touchdowns over the course of 16 games. His production appears to have plateaued over the last three years, so there are some obvious questions about what he offers the team moving forward.
Pro Football Focus rated Moss as the No. 98 receiver out of 111 qualifying players. Although he was pretty good blocking receiver this past year.
We’ll have to see if talks between the two parties progress in the coming weeks or if the Redskins elect to get young at receiver.