Redskins tight end Fred Davis has been suspended indefinitely without pay for violating the NFL Policy and Program for Substances Abuse, a league spokesperson announced on Wednesday.
Impending free agent tight end Fred Davis is reportedly facing his second marijuana-related suspension in three years.
The Washington Redskins have placed Fred Davis on the inactive list for the fourth game in a row. The decision comes as no surprise, but it will prove costly for the veteran tight end.
Redskins tight end Fred Davis, who’s been inactive for the last three weeks, says it’s hard to remain patient in waiting for an opportunity to play, despite urging from his teammates, going as far as to say in an interview with 106.7 The Fan’s Chad Dukes and Grant Paulsen: “I feel useless right now.”
For the third straight week Fred Davis is among the Washington Redskins inactives.
Logan Paulsen delivered an impassioned rallying cry for his teammates, in an interview with 106.7 The Fan’s Chad Dukes and Grant Paulsen Tuesday, stating it’s time for the Redskins to “be accountable to each other and accountable to this team, and say ‘What can I do to get better?’”
As the 4 p.m. NFL trade deadline looms, it appears as though the Redskins will maintain the rights to tight end Fred Davis, who’s been deactivated for three of the seven games Washington has played in 2013.
The NFL’s 4 p.m. trade deadline came and went and it appears tight end Fred Davis is still a member of the Washington Redskins.
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, who first reported the Redskins were shopping Fred Davis around for a trade partner, told the Junkies Wednesday morning that the signs are obvious: Fred Davis won’t me a Redskin much longer.
Redskins tight end Fred Davis appeared on 106.7 The Fan’s Lavar and Dukes Tuesday, amid increasing speculation that the team has made him available for trade, and after deactivating him for Sunday’s win over the Bears. He addressed and gave his opinion on those rumors.