"Anybody that can come in and help out the team, I’m down for it, and a guy like (Moss) can come in and really help out a lot," Hester said of his fellow Miami Hurricane. "I’m hoping we can get him."
Moss, 32, is coming off a career-high 93 catches for 1,115 yards and six touchdowns with Washington last season and has four 1000-yard seasons in his ten-year career.
Of course, there are two issues for Hester's grand plan. First, there's no definite idea as to when free agency will begin due to the current lockout. And Second, Moss is trying to re-sign with the Washington Redskins if he can. The Washington Post recently reported Moss wants a two- or three-year deal at about $5 million per season.