At least one WR is anxious for the labor dispute to end so that he can re-sign with his team. I wonder how many other guys also feel just like he does in that they don't like being without a deal and not knowing who they'll be with or with any team at all. There may be less guys changing teams this year than we think.
The Washington Redskins have been searching for wide receivers to go with Santana Moss for years. Now, they run the risk of continuing their search for complementary receivers without having Moss.
Thatís because the 32-year-old is going to be a free agent when the labor dust settles. So the Redskins run the risk of losing Moss, who despite the dysfunctional offense last season had 93 receptions for 1,115 yards and six touchdowns.
If Moss has his choice, he will not be going anywhere.
ďItís gonna be a mess,Ē the Moss said of the free agency process on Sporting News Radio, according to Dan Steinberg of the Washington Post. ďIím just hoping everything goes as planned, man. I just want to be signed. Iíve never really been out there when it comes to controversies and all that stuff, so I donít want that dealing with this process. I want it to be youíre gonna sign me, sign me and letís go.
ďYou know, I donít want to be sitting out there and theyíre saying, ĎWell, this guy, we want to chop here.í Nah. Redskins, take me off real quick, and letís just go on ahead and play some football. I donít want to be out there and having to say Iíve got to go travel to this place and that place. But dealing with the business, you never can predict whatís gonna happen, so Iím just looking forward to the process, and Iím gonna be rock and rolling when itís time. When they tell me where Iím at, letís go.Ē