The Washington Redskins will be without tight end Fred Davis and kicker Kai Forbath today against the Detroit Lions.
A D.C. Superior Court judged brought resolution to a civil suit involving Redskins tight end Fred Davis on Wednesday, according to the Washington Post, ordering him to pay a woman nearly $20,000 in damages.
As the Redskins head into year four of the Mike Shanahan regime, it’s easier to notice depth throughout the entire roster on either side of the ball, perhaps even too much depth could bring some heated position battles at Training Camp next month.
Fred Davis is heading into his sixth season in Washington, longer than any Redskins offensive regular. And yet, if it doesn’t seem that Davis has been around that long, it’s because he has yet to start more than 12 games in a season and has averaged just eight starts during his career.
For Johnny Jolly, minicamp was what he’d imagined for the past three years. Those days he spent in prison and in rehab? It was the hope of stepping back onto the field that helped keep him going.
The Washington Redskins have rolled the dice in the draft on Georgia safety Bacarri Rambo despite struggling with a bevvy of substance abuse problems of their own.
Note to Redskins rookies: As you take the field today for the start of rookie minicamp at Redskins Park, make sure not to follow Fred Davis’ example.
Fred Davis signing a one-year deal to remain with the Washington Redskins is a huge risk for a 27-year-old tight end that could potentially have only one big contract in his future.
After exploring the free agent market, Fred Davis has signed a one-year deal to return to the Washington Redskins. The team confirmed the signing Friday morning.
Free agent tight end Fred Davis intends to continue weighing his options after meeting with the Buffalo Bills for a second time.