by Jonathan Ebanks | Wed, Apr 1st 4:22pm EDT
The fourth-leading receiver in team history with 7,867 yards, Moss, will turn 36 in June. His age factored into the minimization of his role when DeSean Jackson and Andre Roberts arrived last season. Now that Moss' contract has ended, talks between his people and the team have been sparse. Redskins' head coach Jay Gruden said that the team is "keeping a close eye on" Moss' situation and wouldn't be against bringing him back. If the Redskins drafted another wide receiver, it would probably seal his fate. However, if the team doesn't draft another wideout then it's very possible that they would re-sign him. Either way, Moss would come back and be the fifth wide receiver on a mediocre passing team. He would have no fantasy value either way.