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.
The New York Jets have joined the Washington Redskins and Buffalo Bills in the race to sign Fred Davis as the Cleveland Browns appear to be falling out of the race.
Free agent Fred Davis hasn’t exactly set the market on fire. It’s puzzling to a certain extent because he’s hardly one of the NFL’s best kept secrets. Then again there’s also the injury, drug suspension and wacky court case.
The lawyer representing the plaintiff in the civil suit against Fred Davis, formerly of the Washington Redskins, joined Holden and Danny to explain how the defense has turned this case upside down, painting her client as the villain when she is a victim. Listen to this contentious interview with her on The Fan Tuesday.
The Washington Redskins are still hoping to re-sign Fred Davis and Rex Grossman as they continue to juggle finances in wake of a $36 million salary cap penalty imposed by the NFL.
Video of the January 2011 exchange between Fred Davis and Mikini Chaka that shows the free agent tight end allegedly dumping juice on the woman before ‘releasing’ a pitcher in her direction.
As the District begins to direct its full focus on the Washington Redskins, the lack of Free Agency acquisitions (and money to make them) has forced a fan base to fix its gaze on other nuances of the team…like the civil suit tight end Fred Davis finds himself locked in.