Former Washington Redsksins tight end Fred Davis is reportedly being sought by Washington D.C police for a domestic violence incident.
According to WUSA9, police are looking for Davis who was involved in a domestic violence incident on June 2.
D.C. police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating former Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis, who is wanted for a domestic violence incident. Police say it happened at 3 a.m. on June 2 in the 2400 block of 18th Street, NW.
Davis is really killing his chances of making a comeback.
The agent for Tyson Clabo tweeted that the free-agent tackle agreed to a deal with the team on Wednesday.
@a3Chad: Congrats to Tyson Clabo, who has agreed to a deal with @HoustonTexans
Clabo is a good player, but has not had the best NFL career. He was very solid in Atlanta but has struggled since.
Today the Packers signed another inside linebacker to come in and compete. The team signed Korey Jones the former Wyoming linebacker according to his agent.
@ATuitele: @nfl @packers congrats on signing ILB from WY Korey Jones
According to the Miami Herald, the Dolphins could be without center Mike Pouncey longer than expected.
Pouncey is expected to miss the first eight weeks of the regular season following recent hip surgery. The initial projection of time Pouncey was expected to miss was 4-6 weeks.
The Dolphins have several players who could replace Pouncey, but they might be in the market for a veteran back-up.
Today the New York Giants rookie wide receiver Odell Beckham pulled up while running a pattern and grabbed his hamstring before going to the sideline.
Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily spoke to General Manager Jerry Reese that Beckham tweaked the muscle. Reese didn’t offer any update on what Beckham might do in practice on Wednesday.
The Giants need to let him rest, this is the second time he had a problem with his hammy.
Browns finally have their entire draft class! Today the team inked Juston Gilbert to a contract.
@mortreport: 1st rounder Justin Gilbert agrees to terms with Browns, per sources. Only one rookie, Taylor Lewan (Titans), remains unsigned.
Taylor Lewan is the only player still not signed.