Washington Redskins wideout Santana Moss, out for the last four games with a broken left hand, practiced in full Wednesday and will return to the lineup Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks, barring any setbacks, according to Rick Maese of the Washington Post. Moss told reporters "I feel like my hand is ready," notes Rich Campell.
Moss suffered the injury against the Carolina Panthers on Oct. 23 and had to leave the game. He underwent surgery the next day and initially announced a recovery timetable of three-to-six weeks, so returning against Seattle would put him right on schedule.
Moss, a one-time Pro Bowler, has 25 catches for 301 yards this season, with two touchdowns. His return would likely lower the workload of tight end Fred Davis, the team's leading receiver, and make Washington's offense at least a touch more dynamic.
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