Santana Moss RUMORS & NEWS

  • RGIII needs a second chance somewhere else

    Washington Post "To the credit of everyone involved, Robert Griffin III has mostly been a forgotten man this season, referenced in sports-radio and social-media debates, but almost entirely absent from headlines and sound bites. But the fact is, his season as an inactive third-stringer is coming to a close. If..." December 20

  • Santana Moss Not Ready to Retire

    247 Sports "Santana Moss has already put in 14 seasons in the NFL, but he is not ready to call it quits. “I’ve got another year in me,” Moss told InsideTheU. Moss, who has spent the last 10 seasons with the Washington Redskins, is currently a free agent and is optimistic that he will play somewhere this..." May 15

  • NFL hands out hefty fine for Redskins' Santana Moss

    USA Today "The NFL has fined Washington Redskins receiver Santana Moss $22,050 for the tirade that led to his ejection in last week's loss to the New York Giants. Moss was incensed by the decision to overturn a touchdown by teammate Robert Griffin III in the second quarter and took out his frustration on..." December 19

  • Santana Moss says dry snitching to the media has to stop

    Washington Post "“There’s always drama, man,” Santana Moss said of the Redskins during the wide receiver’s weekly appearance with 106.7 The Fan’s Chad Dukes on Tuesday. “I’ve been here for 10 years and it ain’t been drama-free yet.” Moss spent part of the bye week in Florida, where he saw his nephew play in a..." November 14

  • Santana Moss: 'Ain't too much changed'

    ESPN "The lack of another receiving weapon for years left Santana Moss without much help. Or without anyone to deflect attention. That’s changed the past couple years, though, so, too, has Moss’ role. And there’s even more talent now. “It’s fun to be around all these guys,” Moss said, “now that..." May 30

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    ProFootballTalk @ProFootballTalk

    The Redskins have re-signed WR Santana Moss. One year deal.

  • Santana Moss: Officiating is 'worst I have ever seen' "Every NFL season has its share of officiating controversies. But Washington Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss believes this season has had more mistakes than usual. "Its probably been worse this whole year as a total, not just this team," Moss said of the officiating. "But I've watched a lot..." December 05

  • Moss, Garçon focused on playing football

    CSN Washington "The nickname Drama City has been applied to D.C. for some time, but often in reference to politics or crime. Over the last week it's quite applicable for the football team as well. Following a last-second interception from Robert Griffin III in a road loss to Philadelphia, controversy flared...." November 21

  • Moss: RGIII should “Stand up and say ‘me’ or ‘I’”

    Washington Post "Wide receiver Santana Moss said that he took offense to quarterback Robert Griffin III’s comments about what transpired on the game-losing play against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. Facing third and one from the Philadelphia 18 with 40 seconds left, Griffin threw an interception in the end..." November 20

  • $60 million lawsuit points to $100 million scam of 16 current and former NFL players

    National Football Post "A lawsuit filed Thursday in Florida by a group of 16 current and former NFL players may be the latest evidence of perhaps the biggest scam of player money in league history. Two sources said the losses could approach $100 million or more. The lawsuit, which includes Ray Lewis, Jevon..." November 01

  • Redskins’ free agency starts quietly: Santana Moss deal reworked, Aqib Talib still in play

    Washington Post "As the NFL’s free agency signing period got underway on Tuesday, the salary-cap strapped Washington Redskins’ moves were limited to restructuring veteran wide receiver Santana Moss’s contract and re-signing punter Sav Rocca to a two-year deal. Meanwhile, the team appeared to be on the verge of..." March 13

  • Redskins restructure WR Santana Moss’s contract

    Washington Post "The Redskins continue to free up cap space, restructuring the contract of veteran wide receiver Santana Moss, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed. Moss was entering the final season of a three-year deal and would have counted for $6.1 million against the salary cap. But by..." March 12

  • What does the future hold for Santana Moss?

    Washington Post "As the Redskins continue preparations for the NFL scouting combine, free agency and the draft, we’re going to begin taking a look at players on the roster and questions that surround them, as well as some of the decisions the team must make. We’ll kick it off with a look at wide receiver Santana..." February 12