Redskins WR Santana Moss seems to have made quite a climb this offseason. A few months ago, there were whispers that his roster spot was in danger. Those were squelched when he showed up to OTAs in tip-top shape. Now it sounds like he's still in the mix for a starting spot. ESPN's Dan Graziano was in attendance for minicamp and "came away believing [the Redskins] have the slimmed-down Moss projected as the starting wide receiver opposite Pierre Garcon." We still think the 33-year-old Moss is better off in a slot role, while Leonard Hankerson possesses the size and athleticism to excel on the outside. We'll have to see how the situation shakes out in training camp.
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