Fred Davis | TE
Posted: 2/21/2014 9:36am et
Washington Redskins impending free-agent TE Fred Davis was arrested Thursday, Feb. 20, and has been charged with driving under the influence.
Huddle Up: Already facing an indefinite suspension for the league, Davis has opted to take the burning rubble that is his NFL career and douse it with gasoline. Or, in this case, perhaps vodka. Either way, a DUI on his permanent record won't exactly be a selling point when Davis applies for reinstatement.
Posted: 2/19/2014 8:21pm et
Washington Redskins impending free-agent TE Fred Davis has been suspended indefinitely for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy.
Huddle Up: An indefinite suspension isn't going to help Davis land a gig in free agency. Davis has blamed the latest positive test on a supplement he didn't know ran afoul of the league's banned substance list, but we'll let the league determine all the particulars when he applies for reinstatement. Meanwhile, go ahead and remove Davis from your dynasty rankings.
Posted: 1/24/2014 11:02pm et
Washington Redskins TE Fred Davis, a pending free agent, is facing a six-game drug suspension, according to a league source. He has previously served a suspension for marijuana use.
Huddle Up: That's not exactly the way to land a big free agent deal. Davis has significant fantasy value if and when he's on the field, but right now we don't know when or where that will be happening.
Posted: 11/26/2013 11:38pm et
Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan said Tuesday, Nov. 26, that he does not discuss discipline concerning a player. However, a report from NBC Washington surfaced that TE Fred Davis missed team meetings during the week leading up to the Week 12 game against the San Francisco 49ers on Monday, Nov. 25. Davis played sparingly, on the field for the final drive. He was not targeted once. TE Logan Paulsen was the team's top tight end, with TE Niles Paul playing a hybrid fullback/tight end role with FB Darrel Young (hamstring) inactive.
Huddle Up: Any way you slice it, it's been a lost season for Davis, who has all of 3 catches for 25 yards and none since Week 2. The TE has been a healthy scratch in many games, and there's obviously some serious friction between the TE and the Shanahan regime. A change of scenery is in order, and that could come to fruition with both Davis and the coaching staff come the offseason.
Posted: 10/22/2013 11:52pm et
Updating a previous report, Washington Redskins TE Fred Davis said in a radio interview Tuesday, Oct. 22, that he hasn't asked for a trade, but indicated he would not necessarily mind one either if it gave him a better chance to receive playing time. 'At the end of day, I look at it as I'm a Redskin right now until I hear differently,' Davis said. 'I want to help my team any way I can until then.'
Huddle Up: With only 3 catches for 25 yards in 4 games this season, Davis has rapidly fallen out of favor in D.C. and tumbled far off the fantasy map -- not coincidentally corresponding with the rise of Jordan Reed -- and it's hard to envision the situation changing, barring an injury to Reed.