Redskins signing Randy Moss' son, undrafted free agent Thaddeus Moss

Randy Moss might be the newest fan of the Washington Redskins

The team is signing undrafted free agent tight end Thaddeus Moss, the retired NFL receiver's son, Redskins VP of Player Personnel Kyle Smith confirmed on a call with reporters Saturday night.

More on why he may have fallen in the draft from the NFL Network's Tom Pelissero: 

Smith told reporters the team's medical staff is confident in Moss' ability to play.

The move comes after a draft when the Redskins, as NBC Sports Washington's JP Finlay wrote, did nothing to address the questions at tight end. Moss, who ended his college career at LSU, missed the 2018 season with a foot injury and played in 12 games in the 2019 season. 

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Redskins signing Randy Moss' son, undrafted free agent Thaddeus Moss originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

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