Moss a Game-Time Decision After Missing Practice Again

The Redskins may be missing one of their biggest offensive weapons on Monday night, as WR Santana Moss is going to be a game-time decision after missing practice on Friday. Moss is hurting with a strained hamstring, and he has not done much at all in practice this week.

“Game-time decision, definitely, and it’ll be based on how he feels,” Zorn said. “I don’t want him to go out there and play a couple of plays and go, ‘Eh, it doesn’t feel very good.”’

Not having Moss is a big blow to the Skins, as he had a big game a week ago vs the Lions, with a punt return and a catch for a score in the teams 25-17 win. Several other injured starters were able to take part in at least some of the practice, including running back Clinton Portis (ankle), cornerback Carlos Rogers (calf), left tackle Chris Samuels (knee), defensive tackle Cornelius Griffin (shoulder) and safety LaRon Landry (hamstring). Portis is listed as probable, while the other four are questionable.


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