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The Redskins entered the season feeling pretty good about their tight end situation. Coaches figured they had two first-stringers in Chris Cooley and Fred Davis. It was hard to imagine a scenario in which Cooley might finish the year on injured reserve and Davis would finish it on the suspended list. And certainly, Logan Paulsen didn’t envision himself as the team’s top tight end.
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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. A Redskins spokesman said the team is not aware of the suspensions. Sports Illustrated reported that they are scheduled ...
The NFL has suspended Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis and offensive tackle Trent Williams four games apiece for violating the league's substance abuse policy.
Redskins tight end Fred Davis and tackle Trent Williams played their final games of the 2011 season in Sunday’s 34-19 loss to the Jets. Both players are facing four-game suspensions for violating the league’s drug policy, a suspension both knew was coming but wasn’t implemented until after the game because they weren’t given official notification…
Dan Steinberg, Michael Lee and Rick Maese joined Jonathan Forsythe on this week’s webcast to discuss the pending suspensions to Redskins’ Fred Davis and Trent Williams, preview the upcoming season for the Wizards and talk NHL realignment.
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The NFL has announced the four-game suspensions for Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis and left tackle Trent Williams for violating the league's substance abuse policy.
Washington Redskins offensive tackle Trent Williams and tight end Fred Davis face four-game suspensions for violating the league's substance abuse policy, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.
Washington Redskins offensive tackle Trent Williams and tight end Fred Davis are facing four-game suspensions following a lockout-related drug-test settlement between the league and the NFL Players Association, according to sources.
Washington Redskins left tackle Trent Williams wasn’t seen at Redskins Park Monday morning, a day after it was learned that he and Fred Davis will be suspended for the remainder of the season for failing multiple drug tests - at least two of them this year.
Ironically, news of Williams’ suspension broke just two days after he sat in front of his locker at Redskins Park and talked...
The reported suspensions for violating the league’s drug policy for Redskins tight end Fred Davis and tackle Trent Williams are expected to be announced on Tuesday. Players usually show sympathy for each other in these situations, but at least one Redskins teammate and a former Redskins player spoke out about their disappointment with the situation. “It’s…
Accountability has been a buzzword thrown around quite a bit in reference to DC sports teams lately. The Capitals couldn’t discover it until it was too late for Bruce Boudreau, and Fred Davis and Trent Williams forgot all about it on Sunday.
Following a loss to the New York Jets, Williams and Davis snuck out from FedEx Field before speaking to the media, thus avoiding questions...
For much of the season, the Redskins defense has bailed out the offense, clinching wins and keeping games close. For the last two weeks, the offense has returned the favor, piling up 183 total yards in the first half.
After yielding a 17-play touchdown drive to the Jets to close out the first quarter, the offense took the momentum back and marched down the short field...