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The last thing the Redskins offense needs right now is another injury. They’ve got one, though. Tight end Fred Davis was spotted in a walking boot at Redskins headquarters by Washington D.C.’s WJLA-TV on Monday. John Keim of the Washington Examiner reports that coach Mike Shanahan said that Davis has a grade one ankle sprain…
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Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis was seen wearing a walking boot on his left foot Monday.Davis played the entire game as the Redskins dropped a 23-0 decision to the host Buffalo Bills in Toronto. He led both teams with eight catches for 94 yards.Davis' status for next weekend's game against the host San Francisco 49ers is unclear.The 25-year-old veteran has 36 catches...
One positive in the Redskins’ declining season of despair was Fred Davis’ reemergence as a weapon of choice, despite the struggling offense around him. With 36 catches for 517 yards, on pace for 82 and 1,182, a Pro Bowl bid was not out of the question.
So it makes perfect sense that he’s hobbling around Redskins Park in a walking boot today, the result of a sprained ankle.
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According to ESPN980′s Chris Russell, Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis has been seen wearing a walking boot on his left foot today. At this point we don’t know any specifics on Davis’ injury. It’s likely either a foot or ankle sprain. As soon as we get more info, we’ll be sure to send out an [...]
According to John Keim of the Washington Examiner, Redskins tight end Fred Davis has been diagnosed with a grade one ankle sprain. So now we have a reason why he’s wearing a walking boot. Right now, Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan hasn’t indicated if Davis will miss any practice or games. A grade one sprain isn’t that [...]
An offense dogged by injury suffered another loss Monday when tight end Fred Davis showed up at Redskins Park with a walking boot on his left leg. Coach Mike Shanahan said Davis suffered a Grade 1 sprain of his left ankle. That's the mildest of the three sprain levels, with ...
Redskins Coach Mike Shanahan said left tackle Trent Williams (ankle) continues to improve, but no determination has been made yet on his availability for Sunday’s game against San Francisco.
Tight end Fred Davis (ankle) did not practice.
Shanahan said quarterback John Beck will remain the starter for a third game.
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