By Rich Tandler
Everyone knows that the Redskins desperately need help at wide receiver but they should shy away from one recently unretired player.
Randy Moss is done.
At least that is the opinion of former Colts general manager Bill Polian.
“It’s pretty clear he had lost a fair amount of speed and flexibility,” Polian told Alex Marvez of FoxSports.com.
Moss is not one of those players who can compensate for a loss of speed with football intelligene. “Since his repertoire of routes was always limited – he was essentially a deep receiver his entire career – losing a step can really hurt your effectiveness,” said Polian.
“Nobody, no matter how great they are, defeats Father Time.”
What do you think? Should the Redskins kick the tires on the 35-year-old Moss? Or should they follow Polian’s advice and look at other options.