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(Associated Press) The NFL 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.The league said Tuesday that both are suspended without pay and will be eligible to return to Washington's active roster Jan. 2 - the day after the final regular-season game against the Philadelphia Eagles.
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Washington Redskins left tackle Trent Williams and tight end Fred Davis were formally suspended without pay for four games by the NFL Tuesday after failing multiple drug tests, according to a statement issued by the league Tuesday afternoon.The suspensions begin immediately
Williams reluctantly accepted the penalty earlier Tuesday, according to a person familiar with his situation...
Some guys just don’t get it. There is certain behavior that your average, responsible adult would expect to stop after high school or even college, but unfortunately that isn’t always the case. Take the Washington Redskins’ Trent Williams and Fred Davis, for example. According to the Washington Post, the NFL has suspended both the tackle [...]
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said he has yet to speak with the NFL about impending suspensions for left tackle Trent Williams and tight end Fred Davis and won’t comment until he does.
Shanahan said both players watched film at Redskins Park today and that he spoke to both of them. He expects that he’ll hear from the league “within the next 24 hours.”
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Two of the Washington Redskins' top offensive players, tight end Fred Davis and offensive tackle Trent Williams, have been suspended four games for violating the league's substance-abuse policy, the NFL announced Tuesday.
It’s only Wednesday, and already the 4-8 Redskins have had an eventful week, losing Fred Davis and Trent Williams to season-ending suspensions, promoting nose tackle Chris Baker to the 53-man roster and signing tackle Cole Pemberton to the practice squad.
In the next four days, the team will try to assemble a gameplan that will compensate for the latest losses as they prepare for...
WASHINGTON (AP) -- 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.
The Washington Redskins begin their work week each Wednesday with a team meeting in the morning. They gather in the main auditorium at team headquarters to focus their preparation for Sunday's game. This week's gathering was unusual in that it featured a couple of guest speakers. Fred Davis and Trent ...
The Washington Redskins lost more than just an ugly game over the weekend. The team anticipates the suspensions of Trent Williams and Fred Davis for the rest of the season.Photo Credit: Getty Images
Washington Redskins players had Sunday night to digest several reports that two of the team's best offensive players, tight end Fred Davis and left tackle Trent Williams, are facing four-game suspensions for repeatedly violating the NFL's substance abuse policy by using recreational drugs. And when players reported to Redskins Park ...
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...
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...