Fred Davis

TE / New England Patriots / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bye 4

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INJURY ALERT: Suspended | Suspension | Suspended indefinitely
  • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

    Patriots cut TE Fred Davis

    The Patriots cut tight end Fred Davis on Friday, according to Davis signed with the Patriots last month, but previously spent his first seven seasons with the Redskins. Davis missed all of the 2014 season due to a suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy.

  • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

    Report: Patriots to sign free-agent TE Fred Davis

    The Patriots have reached an agreement with free-agent tight end Fred Davis, days after the former Redskin was re-instated by the NFL after being suspended for the 2014 for violating the league's substance abuse policy, per Davis, who signed a one-year deal with New England, will join a team with a crowded tight end situation, led by All-Pro Rob Gronkowski. Davis caught a career-high 59 passes for 796 yards in 2011 but has struggled with injury and league violations since then.

  • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

    NFL reinstates TE Fred Davis

    Former Redskins tight end Fred Davis was reinstated by the NFL on Thursday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter, and he is eligible to sign with any team. Davis was suspended by the league in February 2014 for violating the team's substance abuse policy, the second time he was suspended by the NFL. The day after his suspension, Davis was arrested for driving while intoxicated in Virginia. In his last action in the NFL, Davis had seven receptions for 70 yards in 2013.

  • by Chris Towers |

    Report: Fred Davis stopped for DUI

    Redskins tight end Fred Davis is already in hot water following a violation of the league's substance abuse policy, and now he finds himself into trouble with the law, according to the Washington Post. According to the report, Davis was stopped and charged with a DUI Thursday afternoon, though no other details are known about his arrest. Davis fell out of favor with the Redskins last season, and is coming up on free-agency already facing an indefinite suspension as a part of his violation.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Fred Davis blames supplement, not marijuana, for suspension

    Redskins tight end Fred Davis issued a statement explaining why the NFL on Wednesday suspended him indefinitely for a substance abuse violation. "For over two years, I've worked very hard to eliminate marijuana from my life, and I have not had a positive test for it since 2011," said the statement, obtained by ESPN's Adam Caplan. "Unfortunately, a couple of months ago I took a supplement that contained a banned substance. I now know that supplements are not regulated by the FDA and may contain banned substances. The NFL Policy is strict, and not knowing that a supplement might contain a banned substance doesn't excuse a violation of the policy." Davis, who's entering free agency, said he'll stay in football shape and apply for reinstatement in the fall.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Fred Davis suspended indefinitely

    Redskins tight end Fred Davis was suspended indefinitely without pay for violating the league's substance abuse policy. Davis, 28, is an impending free agent who fell out of favor in Washington. He was active for 10 games, catching seven passes for 70 yards. CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora reported last month that Davis was facing a six-game suspension. Davis also was banned for the final four games of the 2011 season.

  • by Chris Cwik |

    Report: Fred Davis facing six-game suspension

    Washington tight end Fred Davis is facing a six-game suspension, according to Davis is set to be a free-agent, and this won't help his stock. He has a history of failing drug tests, though it's unclear if that's the reason for his recent suspension. Davis lost his job to rookie Jordan Reed this season, and it was looking like he was on his way out of Washington.

  • by Chris Cwik |

    Washington's tight ends not a big factor Week 16

    Washington tight ends Logan Paulsen and Fred Davis did not play a big factor week 16 against the Cowboys. Paulsen caught two passes for 7 yards. Davis caught one pass for 9 yards. Both players filled in for Jordan Reed, who was shut down for the season with a concussion. They'll take on the Giants Week 17.

  • by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

    Fred Davis surprises with a touchdown

    Redskins tight end Fred Davis, who entered the game with just five receptions all season, added only one to that total Week 15 at Atlanta, but it was a big one. He caught a 23-yard screamer from quarterback Kirk Cousins in the end zone for his first touchdown of the season. Davis was targeted three times on the day, giving him three targets in three straight games. Though he was inactive for Weeks 7-11, he has been active for four straight with starting tight end Jordan Reed sidelined by a concussion.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Redskins get offensive contributions

    A slew of Redskins made small offensive contributions Week 13. Receiver Santana Moss caught a 15-yard pass and had a 10-yard run. Receiver Aldrick Robinson had a 9-yard carry and was targeted twice without a catch. Tight end Fred Davis caught two passes for 13 yards, his first catches since Sept. 15. He also had a terrible drop late in the fourth quarter. Wideout Josh Morgan caught a 10-yard pass, and wideout Nick Williams had a 6-yard grab. Fullback Evan Royster ran twice for zero yards. They'll face the Chiefs in Week 14.

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