Washington Redskins wide receivers Terrelle Pryor and Jamison Crowder are hard at work training with one of the best all-time receivers in the league.

Just take a gander here at the legendary Randy Moss, who is spending time working with the young Crowder and Pryor.

Moss sure looks like he could still ball.

And what better way to be the best than work with the best, right? Moss was an original 21st overall pick in 1998 by the Minnesota Vikings. His illustrious career spanned over 14 seasons when he played with five different teams.

As for Pryor, he is new to the Redskins after spending two seasons as a quarterback who transitioned to wide receiver with the Cleveland Browns. He is one dedicated man and already spent some of his offseason training with Pittsburgh Steelers Antonio Brown.

Crowder is entering his his second year in the league. The Redskins have him listed in the slot, where his spent his rookie season. He already made his mark with an impressive 67-catch, 847-yard, seven-touchdown campaign during that time.

With veterans Pierre Garcon and DeSean Jackson no longer in Washington, Pryor and Crowder will be up for a hefty workload this fall.

Working with Moss is a great way to spend some spare time before training camp starts on July 27.