The Washington Redskins face a pressing question next month as they determine whether to retain tight end Fred Davis. At times, the fifth-year veteran can provide mismatches with his speed and athleticism. Injuries and off-the-field issues, however, might make Davis a risky investment.
The comparisons are inevitable. Andrew Luck, the No. 1 overall draft pick in 2012, and No. 2 pick Robert Griffin III will be scrutinized throughout the season, and probably throughout their careers, unless one of them does his best Ryan Leaf impersonation. And RG3 always will be looked at through a prism of Luck.