Davis (hand) had one target, but posted no stats Thursday against the Bills. Despite playing in each game this season, Davis only has five targets in 2015, catching one of them for a one-yard touchdown.
The Jets signed blocking tight end Kellen Davis to a one-year deal, reports Yahoo Sports. Davis, 29, spent last season with the Lions, appearing in six games.
Tight end Kellen Davis is visiting with the Jets on Tuesday, reports NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport. Davis, who spent last season with the Lions, has also played for the Seahawks and Bears. Over his seven-year career he has hauled in 50 receptions for 561 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Sources have indicated the Lions will sign tight end Kellen Davis Tuesday, according to ProFootbalTalk.com. The Lions previously waived Davis Nov. 25. The potential signing of Davis indicates the Lions are not confident tight end Joseph Fauria will be able to recover from his injured ankle, according to The Detroit News. Fauria missed six games earlier this season after injuring his ankle. The Lions play the Vikings Week 15.
The Lions have parted ways with tight end Kellen Davis on Tuesday, according to the Detroit Free-Press. The team promoted linebacker Jerrell Harris and guard Rodney Austin from the practice squad.
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