WASHINGTON (CBSDC) — Santana Moss expounded upon the events preceding his first-half ejection from Sunday’s loss to the Giants, in a radio interview on Tuesday.
Moss was penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct, and tossed from the game, after arguing with referees for ruling Robert Griffin III had momentarily lost possession of the ball as he dove across the end zone, causing the Redskins to miss out on a touchdown as time expired in the first half.
Washington would head into halftime with a 10-7 lead, as opposed to a 17-7 lead (presuming the PAT attempt would have been a success).
In the moment, Moss was furious; he would lose control of his emotions, and scream in the face of referee Jeff Triplette. He would also slap away the hand of another official trying to restrain him. The latter action would necessitate Moss to be ejected from the game.
Immediately after the…
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