Here's the next question: Who will he throw to?
Rosenthal explored this topic Monday, citing the somewhat awkward makeup of a receiving group in Washington that lacks a clear star, but offers depth.
Last season was a mess for Moss. His 46 catches for 584 yards and four scores were partly the result of a broken hand that sidelined him for four games. Shanahan indicated Moss never really hit his groove after the injury, but complemented the wideout's ability to get back into shape.
Moss turns 34 this season. His starting days appear over, but we're having this conversation in May. His experience is an asset and, besides, in today's NFL, a fourth receiver has an ample chance to show he belongs higher up the list.