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WASHINGTON, March 3- Yesterday, the Redskins made a decision in their often debated franchise scenario and placed the tag on TE Fred Davis. Since the end of last season, it has been a game of Davis vs. safety LaRon Landry and apparently Davis won out.
In the 2011 campaign, Davis emerged as a potential superstar in the Skins passing game hauling in 59 passes for 796 yards and three touchdowns.
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With the NFL combine complete and free agency brewing, the Washington Redskins have decided to look within Redskins’ Park. Some of the big moves have been with their current players. The team announced today that they will use their franchise tag on free agent tight end Fred Davis. Basically a “Franchise Tag” is when a team elects to keep a player that is about to become an...
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The Washington Redskins have placed their franchise tag on tight end Fred Davis, who was suspended by the NFL for the last four games of last season for violating the league's substance abuse policy.
Despite missing a quarter of the season, Davis was second on the Redskins with 59 catches and 796 yards receiving, both career highs.
In four NFL seasons since being drafted out...
According to Mike Jones of the Washington Post, the Redskins will use their franchise tag on tight end Fred Davis.
Under the franchise tag, Davis will make just over $5 million for the 2012 season.
Davis had a break out season in 2011 when fellow tight end Chris Cooley went down for the season. But he ended up missing the final four games of the season after testing positive for...
According to Mike Jones of the Washington Post, the NFL will now turn their attention to the Washington Redskins and their possible involvement in former defensive coordinator Gregg Williams’ bounty program.
Williams coached for the Redskins from 2004-2007.
The NFL plans on investigating the Redskins because of the accusations of their involvement in the situation so they can determine...
Not long ago we saw a picture of Laron Landry looking a bit like the Incredible Hulk. While I know the guy is jacked, I honestly assumed it was photoshopped. Well, maybe not… Courtesy of youngnfly.net, here is a video of Laron Landry “Laroning”… I think it’s safe to say the guy has been hitting [...]
The NFL will investigate allegations that the Redskins operated a bounty program that paid players big bonuses for jarring hits when Gregg Williams coached the team's defense between the 2004 and 2007 seasons, the Washington Post reported, citing a league source.
In addition, a former Bills player said Williams promoted cash bonuses for delivering hits that seriously injured...
ASHBURN | The Washington Redskins have placed their franchise-player tag on tight end Fred Davis.
The four-year veteran was set to become an unrestricted free agent March 13, but Washington prevented that by using the franchise tag. He will receive a guaranteed salary of just more than $5 million.
The tag gives the Redskins the right to keep Davis by matching any offer from another...
It must be true that great minds think alike. LaVar Arrington wrote today that the Washington Redskins are bringing a knife to a gunfight in the competition for Robert Griffin III. The Cleveland Browns have more to offer in a trade-up scenario than the Redskins do.
Arrington got his story out first, so I won't steal much of his thunder. His main points are that Cleveland'...
Baltimore Ravens star running back Ray Rice and Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis were among players to be tagged Friday.
Atlanta Falcons cornerback Brent Grimes also received the franchise tag.
On Thursday, the Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson was hit with the franchise tag, which guarantees a player to be paid among the top five at his position or at a...