Kirwan: Moss to Redskins sounds right

Randy Moss finished the 2010 season in near anonymity and will face a unkown future once free agency begins. Moss would probably prefer a return trip to New England, though our Vic Carucci believes that he could be headed to the Jets.

Pat Kirwan threw out the possibility of another possible team during his weekly chat — the Redskins.

“The Randy Moss discussion is leverage against losing Holmes and Braylon Edwards,” Kirwan said. “If Moss is willing to play for near the minimum with incentives, there could be some interest. Watch Moss in a Vikings or Titans uniform and you’re not going to get too excited. He could get things going with a good offseason of work.

“One spot I would keep an eye out for is Washington. Bruce Allen, son of George, has always liked veteran players.”

The Jets, Patriots and Redskins … Moss has been linked to half as many teams as he had receptions for the Titans last season.

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