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Santana: "Off The Chain"

The Reliable Sourcers tracked down Santana Moss in advance of his birthday weekend, and got the following quotes:

"The parties are all going to be off the chain," Moss told us. "The theme for the weekend is, 'Party till you drop.' "

And also,


Don't stress about presents: Moss said he buys himself a new watch every year. And yes, there will be cake Saturday at midnight, even if Moss doesn't eat a bite. "Once I'm partying, I could not care less about food."

In a related story, Redskins rookie tight end Fred Davis announced that he does not buy himself a new watch every year.

Anyhow, aside from the previously mentioned events, Moss said there's also a barbecue pool party in Potomac and a finale at the K Street Lounge on Sunday, which is his actual birthday, which means this is legitimately 48 hours of high-powered stuff. Also, the Steakhouse portion of the party, which goes off tonight, has announced Reggie Wayne as an additional guest. It's sort of unclear whether anyone who didn't go to The U is allowed to show, and also why Jeremy Shockey, who carries the massive benefit of matching the all-white color scheme, does not seem to be involved.

Regardless, expect red carpet video next week.

By Dan Steinberg  |  May 30, 2008; 6:14 PM ET
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Comments

The steakhouse he is going to is awesome.

Posted by: mac | June 1, 2008 7:05 PM | Report abuse

Santana Moss... always an interesting character... there is a video on why he has a football camp... as always interesting...anyone wanna go?
http://comcastsportsnet.tv/pages/main

Posted by: dc sports fan | June 2, 2008 11:51 AM | Report abuse

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