The Redskins did not take a tight end in the NFL Draft despite having six picks on the final day.
They gambled that they would be able to sign someone they liked as a priority free agent.
Apparently, they were right and that someone was Randy Moss' son, Thaddeus from the defending national champion LSU Tigers.
Moss' agreement with the Redskins was first reported by ESPN and Adam Schefter.
Moss was projected earlier in the draft process as a third to fourth round pick but an injury cost him being selected at all.
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His huge performance in the national championship game led to LSU's dominating performance over Clemson.
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