Santana Moss doesn’t get enough respect. The dude was forced to attempt to catch passes thrown by Donovan McNabb and Rex Grossman in 2010, and yet the 32-year-old still managed to catch 93 balls for 1,115 yards. It was the eighth straight season in which he was able to amass at least 750 receiving yards and the third straight campaign in which he dressed for every game.

Even the player assessment-challenged Redskins front office couldn’t ignore those facts, as they agreed to re-sign Moss to a three-year, $15 million deal today, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter and ProFootballTalk’s Mike Florio. He’ll get $6 million guaranteed.

The Redskins have reportedly shown interest in several big-name free agent receivers, including Santonio Holmes and Braylon Edwards of the Jets. It’ll be interesting to see if they still chase players like that, because they could sure use the help at the receiver position.

Then again, they could use help at every position.