The end seemed to be a foregone conclusion at the end of the Washington Redskins' season. Santana Moss, coming off a 10-catch season, would retire. Except that Moss made it clear he'd like to play. And now coach Jay Gruden said there's a chance they might re-sign Moss.

"We're keeping a close eye on Santana," Gruden said at the NFL owners meetings in Phoenix. "You know, that's something that we know where Santana is and he knows where we are, and something may work out down the road."

A lot of it depends what the Redskins do at receiver over the next month, including the draft. After that, they can determine how many more bodies they need at receiver and whether Moss would be the right choice. His contract last season suggested nothing was a lock -- he received only $65,000 in guaranteed money. But it was clear during camp that Moss was much better than those behind him. So he earned a roster spot.