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Latest Fred Davis Items
The Washington Redskins designated tight end Fred Davis their franchise player on Friday. The move, which was expected, significantly increases the likelihood the Redskins' most explosive receiver will return to the team next season. Davis was scheduled to become a free agent on March 13.
Santana Moss fastened the buttons on his red-and-green plaid shirt inside the MetLife Stadium visitor's locker room late Sunday afternoon and let the holiday spirit take over.
When the Washington Redskins' maligned offense lost two of its best players to drug suspensions last week, it became fair to wonder how they would move the ball during the final four games of the season.
The Washington Redskins begin their work week each Wednesday with a team meeting in the morning. They gather in the main auditorium at team headquarters to focus their preparation for Sunday's game. This week's gathering was unusual in that it featured a couple of guest speakers.
Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis and left tackle Trent Williams officially were suspended without pay for the remainder of the season for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy, the league announced Tuesday.
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' offense and some observations after rewatching the TV broadcast of their 34-19 loss to the New York Jets.
Washington Redskins players had Sunday night to digest several reports that two of the team's best offensive players, tight end Fred Davis and left tackle Trent Williams, are facing four-game suspensions for repeatedly violating the NFL's substance abuse policy by using recreational drugs.
One of best movie lines Mickey Rourke ever uttered was the one he laid on William Hurt in "Body Heat": "Any time you try a decent crime, you got 50 ways you're gonna [mess] up. If you can think of 25 of them, then you're a genius."
Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis and left tackle Trent Williams face a four-game suspension by the NFL for violating the league's substance abuse policy, according to a Sports Illustrated report.