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Report: Redskins Discussing A Possible Extension With WR Santana Moss

February 7, 2014 Redskins

Mike Jones of the Washington Post reports that the Redskins have been in talks with impending free agent WR Santana Moss in recent days regarding a contract extension.

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.

 

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  • ThaREALSugeKnight

    I say give Moss one more year to go out on top, he’s earned that much.

  • Anwar Cole

    Bring back Moss?! Why? Moss best days are behind him. Moss has done a lot for this organization, but Father Time is undefeated. It’s time to move on, and acquire young talent that can be just as productive, if not better than Moss was in his prime.

  • joey just

    We should keep Moss,he has another year in him

  • donjo

    bring in andre hawkins young version of moss,keep moss for another year.

  • Guest

    Moss has been solid, and at times great over the years. But its time for the Skins to find speed and a future at the position and for Moss to retire.

  • toothcoster

    What the phuk do we want him back….. moss can’t block, he’s slow and he drops the ball…..kick him to the curb.

  • Chezayre Dumas

    I don’t think the Redskins need his services anymore it’s plenty of guys who will just catch the damn ball…

  • Guest

    If he wants to stay they should give him one more year, he has pretty sure hands