Washington Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss plans on hitting the practice field this week with his teammates to test out his hand.
“I’m just gonna go out there and practice and hope it feels the way I want it to feel,” Moss said. “And if it’s good to go, I’ll keep practicing for the week. I don’t know how it’s going to go. I’m not trying to get too crazy about it. I’m just gonna take it day by day.”
Moss has missed the past four games after having surgery on his hand to repair a shattered bone that he suffered against the Panthers back on October 23rd.
Moss is working hard to make sure he gets back on the field sooner then the initial timetable of seven weeks.
“I’m going to give it a go and give it a try. Ain’t much to say, ain’t much to really get all excited about,” he said. “Just got to go out there and give it a try. Whatever happens, happens.”
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