It was widely believed that Fred Davis would be leaving the Washington Redskins, as his potential value at tight end has the potential. The Redskins though are well aware of his value, and fully intend to keep him writes John Keim of the Washington Examiner;
"The Redskins have told others they expect to re-sign Davis,"
The Redskins are operating with the hope and expectation that they will be able to bring Davis back. In the meantime, they might have tried to depress Davis' value by questioning his ability to come back 100 percent from a torn Achilles tendon.
Keim writes that the Redskins are "likely" to be paying Davis in 2013. They have Logan Paulsen on the roster, but Davis has a much higher ceiling as a game-breaker if he's healthy. Perhaps Davis won't be back at full strength early this year, but he's a nice long-term, low-cost gamble.
The Redskins though with a franchise player recovering from one serious injury in RG3, will be wary to keep hold of another asset.
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