Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss is sitting out Redskins voluntary minicamp this weekend after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his left knee.
Moss hasn’t missed a game in two years, but the surgery is a concern for the Redskins. Washington’s top wide receiver turns 31 next month, and the team’s depth chart behind him is ugly
At the same time — assuming Moss’ recovery goes as planned — his absence could be a blessing in disguise. Slow-to-develop youngsters Devin Thomas and Malcolm Kelly will see increased reps as they learn new head coach Mike Shanahan’s offense.
Moss is targeting June OTAs for his return.