The Redskins have reportedly agreed to terms as of early Monday morning with just four undrafted free agents following an eight-selection 2020 draft class.
Thaddeus Moss is the most interesting name and largely because of who his Dad is. Hall-of-Famer Randy Moss.
The younger Moss played for the national champion LSU Tigers and caught a couple of touchdown passes in the title game win over Clemson.
Moss had a foot injury that cost him being drafted but you can see a skillset that can help any team, in a variety of roles.
Washington also agreed to terms with Steven Montez, a quarterback to develop for Scott Turner which is exactly what he helped Kyle Allen do in Carolina (undrafted).
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The Redskins also brought in two more receivers into the mix.
Johnathon Johnson from Missouri is also in agreement with the Redskins. He seems versatile in terms of where he lines up (slot, outside) and has some ability to run away from tacklers.
Isaiah Wright from Temple is another potential pass target for the Redskins.
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