Washington Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss was fined $22,050 by the NFL on Friday for language deemed “abusive and insulting” directed at game officials.
Santana Moss talks about getting tossed from Sunday’s Redskins-Giants game, says he had no idea he’d been ejected
Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden talked of medical reports on Colt McCoy before deciding his starting quarterback against the Philadelphia Eagles on Saturday.
A decade of frustration exploded in one unfortunate outburst. Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss, at the tail end of a distinguished career, helped his team celebrate a late first-half touchdown by Robert Griffin III that would put them ahead 17-7 in Sunday’s game against the New York Giants.
Santana Moss was ejected for arguing with officials as time expired in the first half of a 10-7 Redskins-Giants game on Sunday.
Santana Moss says the Redskins locker room has a “dry snitching” problem. And it needs to stop.
Ever since DeSean Jackson’s speech, Redskins players have made an effort to let the public know, on local to national TV, they are in full support of Robert Griffin III.
Santana Moss said of all the Redskins quarterbacks, he’s “a Kirk guy,” and compared Kirk Cousins’ potential to Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady.
Fred Smoot and Santana Moss regaled each other on the radio Tuesday with old stories from the Redskins locker room, and one in particular about Jason Campbell had the two in stitches.
Santana Moss attacked Richard Sherman through the media in defense of Pierre Garcon on Tuesday, saying Sherman hides who he is, and there’s “something deep down inside that he knows that he’s not sure about.”