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Redskins to get some offensive help with return of WR Moss

Redskins receiver Santana Moss, out since Week 7 with a broken hand, practiced in full Wednesday and expects to return when Washington takes on the Seahawks in Seattle on Sunday.

"I believe he will (play on Sunday) unless there is a setback," Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said, according to the team's official website. "It feels great to have him back."

"I'm anxious, just from the standpoint of being on the field and playing ball," Moss said. "After playing for so long, you hate to see somebody playing for you, and then you hate to see us (struggling) right now, not having success.

"So anything I can do to help, and just be a presence, I'm looking forward to it."

Any extra offense would be welcome for the Redskins, who have struggled to score points in dropping their last six games.

Before the injury, Moss had 25 receptions for 301 yards and two touchdowns.

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