The Washington Examiner believes the Redskins "need" to re-sign free agent TE Fred Davis.
Although Davis' passing-game production had fallen off before his injury, he went from a liability as a blocker to competent. If Davis walks, the Redskins would be left with only the lead-footed Logan Paulsen and raw former WR Niles Paul at tight end. A seam-stretcher when healthy, keeping Davis will be a no-brainer if the price is right, but there's no guarantee it will be in a tight-end mad league. Davis would be due $6.54 million if franchise tagged for the second consecutive year. That's prohibitive for a player who could begin the year on the PUP list.