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Players

Santana Moss
WR #89
Height:
5-10
Weight:
193
Age:
35
College:
Miami (Fla.)
Hometown:
Miami, FL, USA
Experience:
14

Quick Stats (2013):

REC
42
YDS
452
AVG
10.8
TDS
2

Transactions:

  • Originally selected by the New York Jets in the first round (16th overall) of the 2001 NFL Draft.
  • Traded to the Washington Redskins in exchange for WR Laveranues Coles on March 10, 2005.
  • Re-signed by the Redskins on July 27, 2011.
  • Re-signed by the Redskins on March 13, 2014.

Transactions:

  • Originally selected by the New York Jets in the first round (16th overall) of the 2001 NFL Draft.
  • Traded to the Washington Redskins in exchange for WR Laveranues Coles on March 10, 2005.
  • Re-signed by the Redskins on July 27, 2011.
  • Re-signed by the Redskins on March 13, 2014.

 

PRO

  • Enters 2014 having played in 187 career games with 135 starts.
  • Owns 722 career receptions for 10,167 receiving yards (14.1) and 66 touchdowns through the 2013 season.
  • Has played in nine postseason games with five starts and totaled 36 receptions for 446 yards (12.4 avg.) and four touchdowns.
  • Played first four professional seasons (2001-04) with the New York Jets and his last seven NFL campaigns with the Redskins (2005-13).
  • Ranks third in Redskins history in career receptions (571), fourth all-time in receiving yards (7,751) and seventh in receiving touchdowns (47).
  • Owns the Washington record for receiving yards in a single season (1,483 yards in 2005).
  • Has led the Redskins in receiving yards in each of his six seasons with the team (2005-10).
  • Has posted four seasons with more than 1,000 yards receiving in his career (2003 with the New York Jets, 2005, 2008 and 2010 with the Washington Redskins).
  • Has been named Player of the Week on five occasions (three for offense and two for special teams).
  • Has 113 career punt returns for 1,274 yards (11.3 avg.) with three touchdowns.
  • Enters 2014 as one of only six active players to reach 10,000 career receiving yards (Reggie Wayne, Andre Johnson, Steve Smith, Larry Fitzgerald and Anquan Boldin). 

 

2013 (Redskins)

  • Played all 16 games, making one start.
  • Compiled 42 receptions for 452 yards (10.8 avg.) and two touchdowns on the season.
  • Caught two passes for 42 yards at DAL (10/13), surpassing the 7,500-yard mark with the Redskins, joining Art Monk, Charley Taylor and Gary Clark as the only players in team history to reach the milestone.

2012 (Redskins)

  • Played in all 16 regular season games with one start.
  • Caught 41 passes for 573 yards (14.0 avg.) with a team-high eight receiving touchdowns, the third best season touchdown total of his career.
  • Caught his 45th touchdown as a member of the Redskins at Philadelphia (12/23) making him one of only seven Redskins to catch 45 touchdowns with the organization.

2011 (Redskins)

  • Played in 12 out of 16 games.
  • Missed four consecutive games due to injury.
  • Moved to eighth all-time in Redskins history with 34 touchdowns.
  • Recorded his 600th catch of his career.
  • Notched 46 receptions for 584 yards for 4 touchdowns bringing his career touchdowns for 56.
  • Needs only 858 more receiving years to hit the 10,000 yard milestone.

 

2010 (Redskins)

  • Started and played in all 16 games.
  • Finished the season with a team-leading 96 receptions for 1,115 yards and six touchdowns.
  • Six consecutive years he has lead the team in receiving yards.
  • Had 13 games with at least five receptions.
  • Caught a season high 10 receptions week two vs. Houston.
  • Scored two receiving touchdowns in week 15 at Dallas in one game marking the first game he had two or more touchdowns since playing Jacksonville in 2006 in which he had three touchdowns.

 

2009 (Redskins)

  • Started all 16 regular season games.
  • Finished the season with a team-leading 70 receptions for 902 yards and three touchdowns.
  • Marked the fifth consecutive year he has led the team in receiving yards.
  • Caught five passes for 47 yards at Atlanta (11/8), passing the 7,000 career receiving yard mark, one of only 15 active players (107 in NFL history) to accomplish the feat.
  • Caught four passes for 28 yards and a touchdown at Philadelphia (11/29), a game that marked his 100th career start.
  • Caught six passes for 55 yards at San Diego (1/4), with his last reception marking his 500th career catch.
  • Caught a season-high 10 passes for a career-high 178 yards and a touchdown at Detroit (9/27).
  • Caught two passes for 74 yards and a touchdown vs. Tampa Bay (10/4), including a game-winning, season-long 59-yard touchdown catch in the third quarter, which marked the 18th catch of his career to cover at least 50 yards, 13 of which have gone for touchdowns.
  • Prior to Moss, the last Redskins player to have touchdown catches of at least 50 yards in consecutive games was wide receiver Gary Clark on Dec. 6 and Dec. 13, 1987.

 

2008 (Redskins)

  • Started in all 16 regular season games.
  • Finished second on the Redskins in receptions (79) and led the team in receiving yards (1,044) and touchdown receptions (6).
  • Tied for eighth in the NFC in receptions (79).
  • Was eighth in the NFC and 14th in the NFL receiving yards (1,044).
  • Had the third 1,000-yard receiving season of his career (second as a member of the Redskins).
  • Tied for 12th in the NFC in touchdown receptions (6).
  • Had three games with 100 or more yards receiving vs. New Orleans (9/14), at Dallas (9/28) and at Detroit (10/26).
  • Totaled 16 plays of 20 or more yards from scrimmage (15 receptions and one rushing play in 2008).
  • Had a receiving touchdown in six consecutive games dating back to the 2007 regular season and postseason - vs. Arizona (9/21/08), vs. New Orleans Saints, (9/14/08); at NY Giants, (9/4/08); at Seattle, (1/5/08); vs. Dallas, (12/30/07) and at Minnesota, (12/23/07).
  • His sixth straight game with a receiving touchdown against Arizona (9/21) tied a club record with WR Bobby Mitchell, who accomplished this feat in 1964.
  • Marked the second-longest touchdown streak of Moss’ career (had seven straight games with a receiving touchdown from October 12 – November 23, 2003).
  • Had a team-high seven receptions for 164 yards vs. New Orleans (9/14) – marking the second-highest single-game yardage total of his career.
  • Hauled in the go-ahead 67-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter against the Saints.
  • Posted seven receptions for 75 yards, including the go-ahead 17-yard touchdown reception against Arizona (9/21).
  • Had a 50-yard touchdown catch among his season-high nine receptions for 140 yards at Detroit (10/26). 
  • Returned just his second punt attempt of the season for an 80-yard touchdown at Detroit (10/26) and was named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week (fifth overall career honor for Player of the Week, three for offense and two for special teams).
  • Marked his third career punt return for a touchdown (and first as a member of the Redskins) in the regular season and his first since November 3, 2002 at San Diego.
  • Became the first Redskins player to return a punt for a touchdown since Antwaan Randle El vs. Indianapolis.
  • Became the first player since Devin Hester (Chicago Bears) to record an 80-yard punt return for a score and a 50-yard touchdown reception in the same game.

 

2007 (Redskins)

  • Started in 14 regular season games and one postseason contest at Seattle (1/5).
  • Missed two games with a heel injury vs. Detroit (10/7) and vs. Philadelphia (11/11).
  • Led all Redskins wide receivers in receptions (61), receiving yards (808) and touchdowns (3).
  • Recorded a season-high nine receptions for 121 yards at Dallas (11/18).
  • Totaled eight catches for 115 yards and one touchdown vs. Dallas (12/30).

 

2006 (Redskins)

  • Had 55 receptions for 790 yards (14.4 avg.) and six touchdowns.
  • Recorded his third career three-touchdown game against Jacksonville (10/1), which included the overtime game-winning 68-yard touchdown reception.
  • Named co-winner of the B.J. Blanchard Award (along with DE Phillip Daniels) – an honor given annually to a Redskins player who best helps the local media do their job.

 

2005 (Redskins)

  • Started all 16 regular season games.
  • Earned his first trip to the Pro Bowl.
  • Led the Redskins in receptions (84), receiving yards (1,483) and average yards per catch (17.7) and was second on the team with nine touchdowns.
  • Had a career high in receptions (84) and receiving yards (1,483).
  • Established a new franchise record for the most receiving yards in a single-season with 1,483 (previous mark of 1,436 was set by Bobby Mitchell in 1963).
  • Finished second in the NFL in receiving yards (behind Carolina's Steve Smith) and was sixth in the NFC and 10th in the NFL in receptions.
  • Hauled in two touchdown receptions of 39 and 70 yards, respectively, from QB Mark Brunell in the final 3:46 of regulation to lead the Redskins to a thrilling 14-13 victory at Dallas (9/19).
  • Is ranked fifth in club history in receptions in a single season (84).
  • Also tied for eighth in club history in receiving touchdowns in a single season (9). 
  • Finished with five receptions for 159 yards (31.8 avg.) to lead Washington to its first win over Dallas at Texas Stadium since 1995.
  • Earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors twice: at Dallas (9/19) and against the New York Giants (12/24).
  • Tied his career high with 10 receptions for a career-high 173 yards and two touchdowns at Kansas City (10/16).
  • Posted longest touchdown reception (78 yards) of his career at Kansas City (10/16).

 

2004 (Jets)

  • Played in 15 regular season games and two playoff contests.
  • Tied for second on the Jets (Jerald Sowell) with 45 receptions and led the team with 838 yards (18.6 avg.) and five touchdowns.

 

2003 (Jets)

  • Caught 74 passes for 1,105 yards (fifth in the AFC) and became just the sixth player in Jets history to catch 10 touchdowns in a season.
  • Played in 16 regular season games with 12 starts.
  • Crossed over the 1,000-yard receiving mark for the first time in his career as he caught five passes for 52 yards and returned one punt for eight yards against New England (12/20).
  • Caught three passes for 67 yards, including a 48-yard TD pass that set a new Jets record for the most consecutive games with a TD reception (six) at Indianapolis (11/16).

 

2002 (Jets)

  • Played in 15 games, with three starts.
  • Led the AFC with a 16.5-yard average on 25 punt returns including two touchdowns.
  • Had 30 receptions for 433 yards (14.4 avg.) and four touchdowns.

 

2001 (Jets)

  • Was inactive for 11 games due to torn cartilage in his left knee, an injury suffered in training camp.
  • Returned after surgery to play in five games and finished the season with two receptions for 40 yards and six punt returns for 82 yards.

 

College

  • Owns the University of Miami’s all-time record with 2,546 receiving yards, topping the old mark of 2,423 yards set by Michael Irvin (1985-87).
  • Was an All-Big East Conference first-team choice as a senior.
  • Became the first player to earn Big East Offensive and Special Teams Player of the Year honors in the same season.
  • Was a standout performer on Miami's track team and captured both the triple jump and the long jump at the 2000 Big East Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships.
  • Named the Most Outstanding Field Performer for the 2000 Big East Outdoor Track & Field championships and won the 1999 Big East Indoor 60-meter championship, while establishing a conference record (6.83).
  • Was a member of the 400-meter relay team that captured first place at the 1999 Big East Outdoor Track & Field Championships.

 

Personal

  • Earned third team All-State honors following his senior season at Carol City (Fla.) High School after leading the team with 25 receptions for 600 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior, and amassing 450 yards on 12 kickoff returns with one touchdown.
  • Ran track and was a two-time state champion in the triple jump.
  • Set a school record in the triple jump with a leap of 48'6" and won the state title in the long jump during his junior season.
  • Majored in liberal arts at the University of Miami.
  • In 2002, he and brother Sinorice Moss (New York Giants) started the Moss Foundation, which is dedicated to strengthening and improving, physically and spiritually, the children in America.
  • In 2009, through the Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation participated in Hometown Huddle, played video games with U.S. troops stationed overseas with Pro vs. GI Joe, handed out coats to needy local youth with Randle El Warms Up Washington’s Youth.
  • During the 2008 offseason, articipated in a national public service announcement in conjunction with the National Football League and the United Way for the 1st Down for Fitness program – an initiative that promotes importance of young kids staying fit by exercising.
  • Hosted the Moss Brothers Celebrity Weekend in Miami, Florida for the past decade along with his brother Sinorice) - a weekend focused on visiting and spending time with youth in South Florida.  The weekend includes a cookout, a football clinic, a charity basketball or softball game and an autograph session with current and former NFL and NBA players.
  • In the offseason, Moss’ training regimen includes martial arts and a kick-boxing program.
  • Has two sons, Santana, Jr. and Savion, and two daughters, Saniya and Sienna.

 

Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 722 10,167 14.1 78 66 51 287 5.6 35 0 25 12
2013 WAS 16 1 42 452 10.8 28 2 3 25 8.3 18 0 2 2
2012 WAS 16 1 41 573 14 77T 8 3 14 4.7 12 0 2 1
2011 WAS 12 12 46 584 12.7 49T 4 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2010 WAS 16 16 93 1,115 12 56 6 5 -6 -1.2 7 0 3 2
2009 WAS 16 16 70 902 12.9 59T 3 2 8 4 6 0 2 1
2008 WAS 16 16 79 1,044 13.2 67T 6 1 27 27 27 0 1 1
2007 WAS 14 14 61 808 13.2 49 3 3 13 4.3 11 0 2 2
2006 WAS 14 14 55 790 14.4 68T 6 7 82 11.7 35 0 2 0
2005 WAS 16 16 84 1,483 17.7 78T 9 3 -3 -1 3 0 3 1
2004 NYJ 15 14 45 838 18.6 69T 5 6 18 3 12 0 2 0
2003 NYJ 16 12 74 1,105 14.9 65T 10 10 67 6.7 25 0 4 2
2002 NYJ 15 3 30 433 14.4 47 4 7 48 6.9 14 0 2 0
2001 NYJ 5 0 2 40 20 33 0 1 -6 -6 -6 0 -- --
Recent Games
WKOppResultReceivingRushingFumbles
RecYdsAvgLngTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
1 PHI L 27-33 5 54 10.8 16 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2 @GB L 20-38 3 41 13.7 19 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 DET L 20-27 7 77 11 18 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
4 @OAK W 24-14 0 0 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
6 @DAL L 16-31 2 42 21 26 0 1 -3 -3 -3 0 -- --
7 CHI W 45-41 0 0 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
8 @DEN L 21-45 2 20 10 10 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
9 SD W 30-24 1 2 2 2 0 1 18 18 18 0 -- --
10 @MIN L 27-34 1 13 13 13 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
11 @PHI L 16-24 2 41 20.5 28 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
12 SF L 6-27 3 27 9 18 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
13 NYG L 17-24 1 15 15 15 0 1 10 10 10 0 -- --
14 KC L 10-45 3 30 10 12 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
15 @ATL L 26-27 8 64 8 17 1 -- -- -- -- -- 2 2
16 DAL L 23-24 2 13 6.5 8 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
17 @NYG L 6-20 2 13 6.5 9 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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