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Giants signed TE Kellen Davis, formerly of the Seahawks, to a one-year contract.

Davis, 28, played 172 offensive snaps for Seattle last season and caught all three of his targets for 32 yards and one touchdown. After the Bears tried and failed miserably by attempting to make Davis a pass-catching tight end, he found a role as a blocker with the Seahawks. He'll do the same with the Giants.

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Seahawks signed TE Kellen Davis, formerly of the Browns.

Davis worked out for the Seahawks on Tuesday, along with fellow free agent Daniel Fells. Davis was cut by the Browns two Sundays ago. He'll be the No. 3 tight end behind Zach Miller and rookie Luke Willson in Seattle.

Kellen Davis TE NYG 8 Months

Free agent TEs Kellen Davis and Dan Gronkowski worked out for the Bucs on Tuesday.

Neither player could survive final cuts in Cleveland. The Bucs are extremely thin at tight end with Tom Crabtree dealing with a high-ankle sprain.

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Browns released TE Kellen Davis.

Cleveland guaranteed Davis $165,000 -- including a $65,000 signing bonus -- when it signed him to a one-year deal in March. Davis was abused as a blocker this preseason, and he caught just five passes for 43 yards in exhibition play. The Browns have just Gary Barnidge behind starter Jordan Cameron, so look for them to work the waiver wire or free-agent market for help ahead of Week 1.

Kellen Davis TE NYG Mar 22 '13

Browns agreed to terms with TE Kellen Davis, formerly of the Bears, on a one-year contract.

The Browns have now signed Davis and Gary Barnidge to help offset the losses of Ben Watson and Alex Smith. A blocker, Davis caught just 37 passes in 32 games over the past two seasons. Davis should be in for a bigger role than Barnidge, but the Browns may not be done making moves at tight end. Coach Rob Chudzinski's offense makes heavy use of tight ends. As of now, Jordan Cameron is the favorite at the position to catch passes.

Kellen Davis TE NYG Mar 21 '13

Free agent TE Kellen Davis will visit the Browns Thursday.

Kellen Davis TE NYG Mar 18 '13

The Jets are interested in free agent TE Kellen Davis.

Davis has been drawing a ton of interest since being released by the Bears. He's an intriguing red-zone option at 6-foot-7 and 267 pounds, and he can also block. Pairing Davis with Jeff Cumberland wouldn't be a cause for excitement.

Kellen Davis TE NYG Mar 16 '13

Free agent TE Kellen Davis is drawing interest from the Steelers, Saints, Bengals, and Browns.

Davis has already visited Pittsburgh and New Orleans. Cincinnati missed out on blocking tight end Matt Spaeth, who signed with the Steelers on Friday night. Cleveland has two tight-end aficionados in coach Rob Chudzinski and OC Norv Turner. Davis' hands proved to be terrible last season, but he can still block.

Kellen Davis TE NYG Mar 13 '13

Free agent TE Kellen Davis will visit the Steelers on Thursday.

Davis was released by the Bears on Wednesday after the team signed Martellus Bennett on Tuesday. Davis is an above-average blocker, but he has stone hands. He caught just 19 passes on 44 targets in 2012. Davis could replace free agent Leonard Pope as Pittsburgh's blocking tight end.

Kellen Davis TE NYG Mar 13 '13

Bears released TE Kellen Davis.

As expected. Davis signed a two-year, $6 million deal with the Bears last March but flopped massively in 2012. He dropped eight of the 44 targets that came his way, en route to a 19/229/2 line. The Bears will get a massive upgrade at the tight end going forward after signing Martellus Bennett on Tuesday.