Although the Redskins don’t seem to think there’s much of a market for free agent tight end Fred Davis, that may not be the case.
In fact, it’s looking like the Bills will be competing with the Redskins for Davis’s services.
Davis had dinner in Washington on Saturday night with Bills head coach Doug Marrone, General Manager Buddy Nix, Director of Player Personnel Doug Whaley and other Bills officials, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. For all the top brass in Buffalo to travel to see Davis, their interest is presumably significant.
The 27-year-old Davis has played his entire career with the Redskins. He was off to a good start last season, with 23 catches for 312 yards in the first six games, before suffering a season-ending Achilles injury in Week Seven.