When Washington Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss fractured a bone in his hand this past weekend against the Panthers, the first initial report was that he would be out 5-7 weeks.
Now according to Mike Jones of the Washington Post, Moss has indicated that he could return sooner.
Moss said the doctors “gave me anywhere from three to six weeks. You never know. You never know what can happen.”
The three pins that were inserted into Moss’ hand will be removed in roughly two weeks.
With Moss out, the Redskins have lost arguably their only play maker on offense. The sooner he gets back, the better.Follow PFZ on Twitter @ProFootballZone