EP 26 // SANTANA MOSS ON WASHINGTON’S NAME CHANGE, DAN SNYDER HATE & WHAT’S MISSING AT “THE U”

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  • Published on:  7/14/2020
  • Having played 10 of his 14 NFL seasons in Washington, retired wide receiver Santana Moss has strong feelings about the franchise, from its controversial name, to its owner and on-field struggles. On this episode of “Getcha Popcorn Ready,” Santana joins T.O. and Hatch to talk about his experience playing in Washington, how learning the team’s name is a racial slur led him to discover his own Native American heritage and support a name change, why he thinks much-criticized owner Daniel Snyder gets a bad rap, his push to get slain teammate Sean Taylor’s number officially retired, and more. Plus, Santana, who grew up in Miami and broke receiving records as a walk-on at the University of Miami, talks about what makes the city’s football culture so special, the stacked Hurricanes teams he played on, what the current program lacks, paving a path for shorter receivers, and his personal top 5 wide receivers of all time — with a couple names that will definitely surprise you. Check it out!

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