Randy Moss Is Undoubtedly In Flight to Washington On Redskins One

As if there isn’t enough drama around this place.

Future Hall Of Famer (can I say that) Randy Moss either has or has not been waived by the Minnesota Vikings, depending whether you believe Cindy Boren at The Washington Post, or Mike Florio at Pro Football Talk.

Naturally, the Washington Redskins are on the short list of teams that will bid for his services. What’s a list of teams if it doesn’t include us?

It seems Vincent Jackson isn’t headed here. He just re-upped with Norv Turner and the San Diego Chargers. T.J. Whos your mama didn’t give Washington the time of day, opting for title contending Baltimore instead.

Who else is out there to help Rex Grossman turn things around for the Redskins? Hmm?

Why is Randy Moss available, one month after he was traded to the Vikings?

Would his presence help or hinder the development of young talent like Anthony Armstrong?

With contract decisions to be made about Donovan McNabb, Clinton Portis, Carlos Rogers, Albert Haynesworth and a handful of other players, do the Redskins need the contract issues that come with Moss?

Haven’t other “win now” decisions by the Redskins only served to set the team back?

Or is this a stop-gap move to replace Joey Galloway?

Just asking.

Point after: Tweet by ESPN’s Adam Schefter – “ Adam Schefter Teams likely to consider claiming Randy Moss on waivers: Cowboys, Redskins, Rams, Bears, Dolphins, Raiders, Chiefs, Jets, Patriots.”

The Patriots?

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Anthony Brown

About Anthony Brown

Lifelong Redskins fan and blogger about football and life since 2004. Joined MVN's Hog Heaven blog in 2005 and then moved Redskins Hog Heaven to Bolguin Network. Believes that the course of a season is pre-ordained by management decisions made during the offseason. Can occasionally be found on the This Given Sunday blog and he does guest posts.

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