The Washington Redskins' first touchdown of the 2011 NFL preseason came from a familiar face. Santana Moss, one of the longest-tenured players on the team, caught an eight-yard pass from Rex Grossman, and the Redskins now have a 7-0 lead on the Pittsburgh Steelers with 5:54 remaining in the second quarter.
Grossman has been sharp thus far for the Redskins, completing 13 of 17 passes for 152 yards thus far. The Redskins' offensive in general has been humming, with solid performances from Grossman and Tim Hightower. On this drive, Grossman set things up with a 38-yard pass to wide receiver Terrence Austin to get down to the Steelers' 14-yard line. Three plays later, Grossman recovered from a low snap to find Moss in the end zone for the touchdown.
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