It's not often that a team signs an undrafted free agent that gets fans excited for the upcoming season, but the Washington Redskins picked up someone who many believe can come in and make a contribution on offense right away. As soon as the 2020 NFL Draft wrapped up on April 25, the Redskins agreed to terms with former LSU tight end Thaddeus Moss.

While he's the son of Pro Football Hall of Fame wideout Randy Moss, Thaddeus impressed during LSU's undefeated 2019 campaign -- recording 47 catches for 570 yards and four touchdowns in 12 regular-season games. He also stepped up during the College Football Playoff, as Moss recorded nine catches for 135 yards and three touchdowns in postseason wins over Oklahoma and Clemson. Moss was considered a top-10 tight end in this draft class and the No. 148 overall prospect, according to CBS Sports, but his stock fell after it was revealed during a physical at the NFL combine that he had a Jones fracture in his right foot

After the draft ended, the Redskins were not the only team to give Moss a call. During a virtual press conference on Wednesday, he told reporters that both the New England Patriots and Cincinnati Bengals showed interest, but he picked the Redskins because they were the ones who called first, according to JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington. 

Moss said that it was a "slap in the face," when he wasn't drafted, and he clearly wanted to reward the first team that showed interest in him. He said that being a Moss, you always had to prove himself, and his current situation as an undrafted free agent isn't any different. Once the Redskins are able to host a practice, Moss said that everyone will know what he can do, via Zach Selby of

While Tom Brady is no longer a Patriot, saying no to a six-time Super-Bowl winning head coach who has turned several tight ends into stars had to be difficult. Foxborough is also a place where Moss' father found success, as Randy caught 259 passes for 3,904 yards and 50 touchdowns during 52 games with the Patriots. It's also a tad surprising that Moss said no to teaming up with his former college quarterback, Joe Burrow, in Cincinnati. The Bengals just parted ways with their longtime tight end in Tyler Eifert, who signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars this offseason.

The Redskins are also an appealing destination since Moss will have an opportunity to make an immediate impact with the Redskins, as Jordan Reed was released earlier this offseason and Vernon Davis elected to retire. The Redskins did go out and sign former Detroit Lions tight end Logan Thomas this offseason, as well as Richard Rodgers, who most recently played for the Philadelphia Eagles. But neither is seen as a long-term answer. The Redskins also have Jeremy Sprinkle, who was drafted by Washington in the fifth round of the 2017 NFL Draft. In 43 career games, he has caught 33 passes for 295 yards and three touchdowns. The opportunity for playing time at tight end seems wide open in Washington, and Moss sounds like he's ready to prove his worth at the next level.