"Davis suffered a torn Achilles tendon last season in Week 7 and was placed on injured reserve. Recovery time is typically a year, which would bring him to mid-October 2013 before he gets on the field. Davis told NFL Network last week that he’s "a little bit" ahead of schedule for what it’s worth."
Pro Football Focus has the Bills taking center John Sullivan, who was originally selected by the Minnesota Vikings in the sixth round. Gross. Leodis McKelvin didn't make the first round cut this time around, but Stevie Johnson goes at No. 20. Taking a center at No. 11 overall seems like bad draft strategy, even with the tire fire that was the Bills' interior offensive line at the time. Here's your Rumblings draft recap from that year.
Bills meet with free agent TE Davis - BuffaloBills.com
"Davis (6’4" 247) has played his entire five-year career with the Washington Redskins after the NFC club made him a second-round pick in 2008. An athletic pass-catching tight end, who had career-highs in catches (59) and receiving yards (796) in 2011, Davis saw his 2012 season cut short after he tore his Achilles tendon in Week 7."
Fred Davis looms as Bills TE option - Press Coverage | The Buffalo News
"There are not many quality options left at tight end on the unrestricted market. Former Giant Kevin Boss has had a good career, but he has been troubled by numerous concussions and played only two games last season as a result. Also still available are Dallas Clark, who will be 34 in June, and former Saint David Thomas."
Redskins Tight End Fred Davis Has Dinner With Bills - Hogs Haven
Washington Redskins fans really don't like Buffalo.
Mock draft: Trading up is not a winning strategy for Bills - The Buffalo News
Jay Skurski doesn't think the Buffalo Bills are in a position to trade up to take Geno Smith. Instead, he pegs them with Cordarrelle Patterson for the second time in as many mocks.
Landry Jones will visit the Bills | ProFootballTalk
"Jones flashed a huge arm during a prolific career at Oklahoma, throwing for more than 4,000 yards in each of the last three seasons and finishing with 123 passing touchdowns. There have been questions about his accuracy and his erratic performances in big games, however."
In case you missed it
- Here's our roundup from the Owners' Meetings, where Doug Marrone spoke offense, defense, and shame.
- Speaking of those meetings, the NFL approved the new Ralph Wilson Stadium lease.