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Santana Moss says he’s feeling fine after concussion

Santana Moss (right) during the Redskins’ loss in Pittsburgh last month (Jonathan Newton/The Washington Post)


Wide receiver Santana Moss participated in the Washington Redskins’ practice Monday and said he felt fine.

Moss suffered a concussion in the Redskins’ most recent game, a loss to the Carolina Panthers prior to their bye week.

He declined to discuss the details of the testing he underwent after suffering his concussion but said he was feeling “good,” and added: “I practiced.”

Moss said he still sees possibilities for good things to happen in the Redskins’ season, even with their 3-6 record.

“I don’t see any down faces in here because of what we’re going through,” Moss said. “I didn’t see that before we left. So, you know, guys are loving what they do every day, and that’s all you can do. You look forward to just being out there and putting work in. That’s what I look forward to. I don’t see no change.”

Mark Maske covers the NFL for The Washington Post.



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Mark Maske · November 12, 2012