Although he was able to practice Thursday, the weather was wet and the six-year veteran vowed to be cautious. But said he expects to play Sunday at Philadelphia if he makes progress each day.
"I'm going out there and running around a little bit, but it's not like I'm going to go out and run like crazy," Moss told the Washington Post. "I want to progress throughout the week. I don't want the first day to set me back, especially with that weather. I'm not going to be stupid at all."
Moss has more yards receiving (435) than the other four wide-outs on the roster combined (397) this season.
He was injured Oct. 22 at Indianapolis.
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