Washington had a legend in to talk with the team after practice this week.

Offensive coordinator Ryan Grubb shared a photo on Saturday of the UW quarterbacks posing with Hall of Fame quarterback and UW alum Warren Moon. Grubb said Moon addressed the entire team after practice.

Moon played professional football for more than two decades and is widely viewed as one of the greatest undrafted players in NFL history.

The Los Angeles native spent six seasons in the Canadian Football League — five of which ended in Grey Cup victories — before being signed by the Houston Oilers in 1984.

During his 17 NFL seasons, Moon earned Offensive Player of the Year in 1990, led the NFL in passing yards twice, led the league in touchdowns (1990) and received nine Pro Bowl selections. He led the Oilers to seven playoff appearances in 10 years and then made an eighth postseason run with the Minnesota Vikings before retiring in 2000.

Moon was inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2006, becoming the first black quarterback and the first undrafted quarterback to receive the honor. He is also the only player inducted to both the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the Canadian Football Hall of Fame.

As a Washington senior in 1977, Moon famously led the Huskies to a Pac-8 title and a 27–20 Rose Bowl upset win over Michigan.

UW is hoping to return to the Rose Bowl under head coach Kalen DeBoer, so letting the team pick the brain of one of the best to do it seems like a pretty good strategy.