Found July 03, 2012 on
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According to Rich Tandler of CSNWashington.com, Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis likely won’t be getting a new multi-year deal until he can prove that he can stay out of trouble.
If the Redskins decide to give Davis an extension after this season, they’ll likely be some clauses in his contract, that will protect themselves against anything dumb he might do down the road.
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