|9/14/2014 11:42:00 AM||Description: Washington wide receiver Santana Moss is inactive for Week 2.||Insight: Moss isn't injured he's just not playing The Andre Roberts and DeSean Jackson signings pushed him far down the team's depth chart. He can be safely dropped from fantasy rosters.|
|9/7/2014 12:10:00 PM||Description: Washington wide receiver Santana Moss is inactive for Week 1.||Insight: Moss isn't injured he's just not playing The Andre Roberts and DeSean Jackson signings pushed him far down the team's depth chart.|
|3/11/2014 6:20:00 PM||Description: Washington has retained wide receiver Santana Moss on a one-year deal. SOURCE: NBC's Pro Football Talk||Insight: Moss (42 catches, 452 yards, 2 TD in 2013) is nearing the end of his career and can no longer be relied on for consistent fantasy production. The Andre Roberts signing only pushes him further down on the team's depth chart.|
|11/16/2012 7:46:00 PM||Description: Redskins wideout Santana Moss (concussion) is probable for Week 11.||Insight: Moss had the bye week to recover and put in a full week of practice. However, he represents a major gamble due to the return of Pierre Garcon.|
|11/4/2012 4:35:00 PM||Description: Redskins wideout Santana Moss left the game late in the fourth quarter and was being evaluated for a concussion.||Insight: Moss had done nothing in the game, catching one pass for two yards and disappointing fantasy owners who were looking for him to build on last week's four-catch, one-touchdown performance.|
|10/21/2012 6:46:00 PM||Description: Redskins wideout Santana Moss doubled his season touchdown total with a pair of touchdowns Sunday against the Giants.||Insight: Moss is primarily used as a deep threat, meaning that he's always a risky play in fantasy. As good as he was on Sunday (four catches, 67 yards) we doubt Moss will enjoy similar success next week in Pittsburgh.|
|11/23/2011 3:35:00 PM||Description: Santana Moss (hand) was a full participant in Redskins practice Wednesday.
Source: Rich Campbell via Twitter||Insight: If Moss is out there on your waiver wire, now's the time to grab him. Moss says his hand feels good and barring any issues the next few days, should be good to go for week 12.|
|10/24/2011 4:03:00 PM||Description: Washington Redskins WR Santana Moss had surgery on his broken left hand, a day after he injured it in the first half ofWashington's 33-20 loss to the Carolina Panthers.
SOURCE: WASHINGTON POST||Insight: This will, most likely, keep him out of action for at least five weeks, but more like seven. Moss hasn't been in tune with John Beck anyhow, so it's not like his fantasy owners are going to be that distraught. Expect Terrence Austin to get the first crack at the starting lineup.|
|10/24/2011 10:36:00 AM||Description: Chris Russell of ESPN 980 Washington reports that Santana Moss' fractured left hand is likely to sideline him 3-4 weeks.
Source: Chris Russell via Twitter||Insight: Not only will Fred Davis serve as the TE, but the defacto #1 WR during this time, as well. Jabar Gaffney will slide over into Moss's spot and Anthony Armstrong will land in the starting lineup as the #2 WR.|
|9/2/2011 12:13:00 PM||Description: Reggie Wayne was good for a whopping 15 yards and one catch per game more than Santana Moss last year. So if you're in a standard league Wayne got you about 1.5 points per game more than Moss, and in a PPR league Wayne got you 2.5 points per game more than Moss. They're similar ages as Wayne will be 33 this year and Moss will be 32. They both played at The U, so they both probably know what the champagne room at The Pink Pony does (and does not) allow.
But with such a small difference in their production, should they really be 20 WR spots apart in ADP? Wayne is currently the 11th WR coming off the board while Moss is the 31st WR.
SOURCE: FANTASY DOUCHE||Insight: Reggie Wayne was good for a whopping 15 yards and one catch per game more than Santana Moss last year. So if you're in a standard league Wayne got you about 1.5 points per game more than Moss, and in a PPR league Wayne got you 2.5 points per game more than Moss.|
|6/15/2011 10:48:00 AM||Description: Redskins WR Santana Moss has been sued by Craig Bernstein, owners of Stadium Corners shopping center, for more than $308,000 for back rent, court and attorney fees.
SOURCE: WASHINGTON POST||Insight: The dry cleaners is now six months behind in rent, and the company vacated the spot it was leasing from Bernstein. Moss, who will be a free agent when the NFL resolves its labor situation, is listed as the president of 3 Kings Dry Cleaners Inc. Moss has a seven-year lease in the shopping mall. Bernstein told Jones that a representative for Moss said the matter would not be settled until the NFL was back in business.|
|5/12/2011 12:38:00 PM||Description: The top priority for the Washington Redskins this off-season is to re-sign WR Santana Moss.
SOURCE: WASHINGTON POST||Insight: Granted, he is coming off his 10th NFL season, but you can't argue with the fact he remains productive in this offense. Moss finished 2010 with 93 catches for 1,115 yards, and six touchdowns despite working with multiple QBs. The Redskins believe Moss will not only be productive on the field, but also as a mentor to the three new, young WRs they drafted.|
|2/12/2011 7:03:00 PM||Description: Moss' contract officially voided on Saturday, according to the Washington Post, meaning he'll be an unrestricted free agent whenever the market opens.||Insight: Moss caught a career-high 93 passes this season and posted his largest yardage total since 2005. He'll turn 32 in June, but clearly still presents value for a team in need of help at receiver. (RapidDraft.com)|
|2/7/2011 10:04:00 AM||Description: ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Moss' contract is set to void on Friday.||Insight: Moss would then become a UFA once a new CBA is reached. He had a career-high 93 receptions for the Redskins this past season, and should get a lot of interest on the open market. (RapidDraft.com)|
|12/21/2010 4:51:00 PM||Description: Redskins WR Santana Moss says he wants to re-sign with the team after the season, despite expressing frustration after Week Fourteen.
SOURCE: TBD.COM ||Insight: Moss said that his teammates were playing against the Buccaneers "for their own perspective and their own reason." With such crappy quarterback play the past several years, we don't blame Moss for wanting to leave. But at 31 years of age and the size of a smurf (5'10'/200), teams won't be jumping to sign him to a big contract next offseason.|
|12/13/2010 11:00:00 AM||Description: Moss had seven receptions for 82 yards and a touchdown against Tampa Bay on Sunday.||Insight: Moss is still a solid fantasy option, due to the volume of targets he receives as much as anything. (RapidDraft.com)|
|12/2/2010 6:53:00 PM||Description: Redskins WR Santana Moss (hamstring) fully practiced Thursday.
SOURCE: ESPN NEW YORK
||Insight: Moss shouldn't be trusted as anything more than a WR3. He, along with the rest of the offense, has been pretty inconsistent this year. |
|12/1/2010 9:04:00 PM||Description: The Washington Post reports Moss (knee) was limited in Wednesday's practice due to a knee injury.||Insight: Moss is also dealing with a hamstring issue, but is expected to play Sunday against the Giants. (RapidDraft.com)|
|11/29/2010 11:01:00 AM||Description: Moss (hamstring) had five catches for 40 yards against Minnesota on Sunday.||Insight: Moss' yardage production has been inconsistent, but he does see enough targets to be worth at least a roster spot in most leagues. (RapidDraft.com)|
|11/26/2010 3:22:00 PM||Description: Redskins WR Santana Moss (hamstring) is a game-time decision against the Vikings.
SOURCE: WASHINGTON POST ||Insight: It's an early game, so owners will know whether to add Moss to their lineups or not. Considering he is less than 100 percent, we may lean towards benching him if you have other options.|