The Redskins have reached an agreement with veteran WR Santana Moss on a three-year deal worth $15 million, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported.
Moss is entering his 11th season in the NFL, having spent the last six in Washington. Moss' contract voided in February.
He hit career highs in receptions (93) and receiving yards (1,115) last season, adding six touchdowns.
The three-year deal has a $5 million signing bonus with $6 million guaranteed. The deal will not become official until Friday.
The way we see it
This may change the Redskins' strategy in free agency, as they have been a rumored player for wide receivers. They could still use more firepower on offense. Moss' deal could also set the market for other free-agent wideouts in the next few days.