Moss ran routes on the side, but did not practice and was listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against Detroit. But the Redskins held out hope -- albeit a small one -- that Moss could still play.
"I can only give you the facts--he didn't practice [Friday]," coach Joe Gibbs said. "It might be a situation where he warms up before the game, he might not."
Moss said on Monday that he would not want to be in a situation where he did not practice during the week and was asked to play Sunday.
But he did feel good about his day and said it would be Gibbs' call on Sunday.
"I ran pretty good," he told reporters afterward.
"That's all I wanted. I did what I had to do
today. I ran some routes [without coverage] That's a different kind of route [than if] someone's pulling on you. But the speed I ran it at and
putting your foot in the ground and planting, everything felt great."
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