Thaddeus Moss, Randy’s son, signs with Washington

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Twenty-two years after Randy Moss became the 21st pick in the draft, his son went undrafted.

Thaddeus Moss, LSU tight end, wasn’t selected during the seven rounds of the 2020 draft. According to Adam Schefter, Randy’s colleague at ESPN, Thaddeus Moss has signed a free-agent deal with Washington.

Moss started his college career at N.C. State, before transferring to Louisiana State. He played in five games as a freshman at N.C. State in 2016, sat out 17 after the transfer, missed all of 2018 with a foot injury, and played 12 games in 2019. He had 47 catches for 540 yards and four touchdowns last season.

A foot injury requiring surgery kept Moss from working out at the Scouting Combine.

33 responses to “Thaddeus Moss, Randy’s son, signs with Washington

  1. firstdownbrowns says:

    no NFL for Jr. time to get a real job.

    Uhhh did you even bother reading the story? It’s about him signing with the Redskins.

  2. This very well might be the walk on player of the year. I am shocked he did not get drafted.

  3. A slice of humble pie MIGHT help the kid out.. that would be a chip on anyone’s shoulder – a BOULDER for MOSS

    I cant believe the Ravens couldnt snatch him up.. LJ loves TEs and they need one

  4. Thad Moss has a better chance of making the Redskins roster than Jake Fromm does of making the Bills….

  5. How’s this like Jordan Reed?? Reed (unlike Moss) was drafted. Moss is an undrafted free agent, he hasn’t been signed to an 8 year deal worth 100 mill. It’s likely some small prove it deal. Nothing wrong with this. Hopefully Moss is as talented as Reed.

  6. needs surgery on his foot, wonder how this will pan out.. Good luck kid. Your dad was a helluva player.. Glad Rivera is giving him a shot

  7. carloswlassiter says:
    April 25, 2020 at 9:27 pm
    I guess his 40 time made him undraftable.
    _________________

    People put way too much emphasis on those Combine/Pro Day numbers which mean almost nothing, what really matters is what the player did and can do on the field, PERIOD!

    I don’t care what a guy does in shorts and a tee against no defenders, SHOW ME THE GAME TAPE and I’ve seen enough of Moss’s to know he should have been a late 2nd to 3rd round TE, he brings a lot to the table! I was leary of him when I first watched him because of daddy’s name but after a few games he earned my respect, I think he’ll be a great TE in the NFL.

    He has a total game,physical, great blocker, pass catcher that comes down with the contested balls, unselfish, great red zone target, I just wonder how he slipped through the cracks and no one drafted him? Great pick-up by the Skins and I think with Riveria and what he’s done in the short time he’s been there, the NFC East will be even tighter than it was last year, excluding the G-men.

  8. @ mwredskins

    He’s referring the the infinite amount of injuries Reed/Moss have

  9. This will be a interesting story to follow. He certainly comes from good stock. Never know, could be the story of the year. HTTR

  10. This guy can run and catch and he’s big, but those injuries. And now he’s in Washington…that’s tough to overcome.

  11. Just going by his college track record, there is always going to be an issue with this kid. He’ll wear out his welcome then move on to the same situation in a couple of years.

  12. This kid caught every pass thrown his way. This will be a starter in year one on a 2 TE set.

  13. This kid is going to be even better than his father. Moss, Antonio Gibson, MacLaren, Guice, Haskins make this team almost unbeatable with The Predator guarding the end zone.

  14. stellarperformance says:
    April 25, 2020 at 10:55 pm
    With any luck he’ll never win a SuperBowl either.
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    Aren’t you supposed to be nailing down your exclusive Aaron Rodgers interview since every reporter is lying about him according to you. Or just going to pick fights and insult a player who will undoubtedly finish his career as a better person than the disgusting TE who the packer fans worship and is in there hall of fame. At least with no prom this year the Green Bay Area high schoolers are safe from your favorite TE Mark for now.

  15. RMoss84HOF says:
    April 26, 2020 at 4:33 pm

    “who the packer fans worship and is in there hall of fame. At least with no prom this year the Green Bay Area high schoolers are safe from your favorite TE Mark for now.”

    +++++

    Your hero Randy was arrested for domestic battery and arrested for intentionally striking a peace officer with his vehicle. Carry on.

  16. packertruth says:
    April 26, 2020 at 5:38 pm
    RMoss84HOF says:
    April 26, 2020 at 4:33 pm

    “who the packer fans worship and is in there hall of fame. At least with no prom this year the Green Bay Area high schoolers are safe from your favorite TE Mark for now.”

    +++++

    Your hero Randy was arrested for domestic battery and arrested for intentionally striking a peace officer with his vehicle. Carry on.
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    First off I’ve had this name forever, this site has been open since I started going to this site about the time I was in high school. He was my favorite player then, but sure.

    So Mosses accuser threw the case out acknowledging it was BS. That fact withstanding, he still wasn’t trying to engage in acts with minors. Then again in Green Bay that’s acceptable.

  17. So Mosses accuser threw the case out acknowledging it was BS. That fact withstanding, he still wasn’t trying to engage in acts with minors. Then again in Green Bay that’s acceptable.

    +++++

    He was arrested in 1996 for domestic battery on/with his girlfriend. The BS accusation was in 2008. Carry on.

  18. I don’t understand how people can bring up injury concerns..He played every game last season..so much negativity but no acknowledgement of the fact that he coulda played the bowl game with this injury..I stopped watching the draft when the skins didn’t take him in the 4th, thought for sure he would be gone..great signing..low risk and high reward

    HTTR

  19. The fact that Randy Moss has a son old enough to play pro football already makes me feel old….very, very old.

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