Washington Redskins rookie tight end Thaddeus Moss wants to do what any other pass-catcher does: create separation. The difference is he wants separation from his father’s Pro Football Hall of Fame legacy.
Moss said he isn’t tired of the questions about his last name and what his father, Randy, accomplished as an NFL receiver. But the younger Moss wants to create his own identity.
The Redskins signed Moss as an undrafted free agent out of LSU moments after the NFL draft ended.
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There was a simple reason Moss picked the Redskins: They were the first of three teams to call, dialing him faster than Cincinnati and New England.
Moss called going undrafted “a slap in the face to me.”
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