Adrian Peterson can play with both Thaddeus and Randy Moss in career – Redskins Wire

If the Washington Redskins newest UDFA tight end Thaddeus Moss can make the roster this fall, he will put one member of the Redskins in a unique position.

Veteran running back Adrian Peterson will be able to say hes then played in games with both Randy Moss and his son Thaddeus, during his historic career.

Randy and Adrian played on the same team in Minnesota with the Vikings back in 2010, when the Hall of Fame WR was in the middle of his second stint with the team. Moss only played four games with the Vikings that year, but he and AP were lined up in the same offense during that time.

Now, if Thad can prove to be a dynamic blocker and pass-catcher at the next level like he was in college at LSU, he will have a chance to play with one of his dads old teammates, completing a nice loop in the circle of time.

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Adrian Peterson can play with both Thaddeus and Randy Moss in career - Redskins Wire

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