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Washington Redskins receiver Santana Moss is in hot water with the IRS.
According to the Detroit News, the IRS filed a tax lien claiming that Moss owes $258,000 in taxes related to his 2006 earnings.
Moss, 32, earned $1.9 million that year.
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Some unfavorable information about Santana Moss came out Friday afternoon when the Detroit News reported that the Washington Redskins receiver owes the Internal Revenue Service $258,017 in unpaid income taxes from 2006.
The IRS filed a tax lean Nov.22 against Moss’s $5.2 million Florida home, according to court documents.
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It may have been another Moss (Randy) who coined the phrase, but Santana Moss could use some "straight cash, homie." The Redskins wide receiver owes the Internal Revenue Service more than $258,000, according to The Detroit News. The IRS filed a $258,017 tax lien against the 32-year-old wideout on Nov. 22 in Broward County Circuit Court. According to the tax lien, he and...
The IRS has filed a tax lien against Washington Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss in which it claims he owes $258,000 in taxes, The Detroit News reported Saturday.
The lien was filed Nov. 22 in Florida's Broward County Circuit and relates to income taxes from 2006.
The 32-year-old's salary was $1.9 million that year.
The former New York Jets first-round draft pick has...
Redskins receiver Santana Moss has made plenty of money during 11 NFL seasons. The IRS believes that it hasn’t gotten its full cut. The Detroit News reports, via USA Today, that Moss owes $258,017 in back taxes. The claim came to light because a tax lien has been filed on Santana’s $5.2 million home in…
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We recently shared the sad news that Mark Brunell is in financial trouble. Turns out Santana Moss is too as he reportedly owes the IRS over $258,000, according to the IRS, which seems like a pretty good source.
Not sure why I’m sharing this, because Moss makes about $5 million per year, other than to give us an excuse to post arguably the greatest Redskins highlight of the 21st...
While Santana Moss extended the Pro Canes' new streak action with his fourth touchdown catch of the year, Jimmy Graham inched his way towards NFL history with a dominant performance in a New Orleans win.ProCanes Recaps: <ahref="http://hurricanesports.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/121211aad.html"target="_blank">Week 14 | <ahref="http://hurricanesports...
http://www.nypost.com/p/sports/giants/giants_suffer_embarrassing_loss_3ogpUZFBZXmE0xkuPtiuKLCHARLES WENZELBERG/NEW YORK POSTSantana Moss (right) celebrates a second-quarter touchdown in the Redskins' win over the Giants.By Tom Canavan - AP 12/18/11
Calling all Redskins gamers, it’s time for your weekly Redskins updates for Madden ’12, along with my own wry commentary. This week, we have the typical increases and decreases, additions and subtractions. We also have a virtual equipment update and an issue of dominant hand orientation.
Check out the full list of Redskins moves and alterations this week:
- We’ve got a “Bad Rex” sighting! Grossman threw a flat pass to Santana Moss on a flee flicker, and Corey Webster picked it off. Great start for the Giants defense.
- Graham Gano kicked a 36-yard field goal to get the Redskins on the board first. Rex Grossman completed a key 19 yard pass to Donte Stallworth on third down to keep the drive alive.
Washington went into Met Life stadium and perhaps dealt a crippling blow to the Giants' playoff hopes, 23-10.
Rex Grossman wasnt as good as his owners would have expected, throwing for only 185 yards and 1 TD and also throwing 2 INTs. Roy Helu, Jr. was a workhorse, running the ball 23 times, but managed only 53 yards. Santana Moss had 2 catches for 40 yards and...
The Washington Redskins hold a 3-0 lead over the New York Giants despite a forgettable start to Sunday’s game at MetLife Stadium. Quarterback Rex Grossman threw an interception to Giants cornerback Corey Webster on the very first play of the game.
On the play – a called flea-flicker – Santana Moss had a three-step cushion on Webster, but Grossman held onto...