Demoted tight end Fred Davis said that he was not surprised that he missed out on a $500,000 roster bonus for being active fewer than 12 games.
Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis once again is on the team's inactive list, marking the fifth time this season that the former starter will not play.
Tight end is de-activated for a third straight game.
The tight end met with Coach Mike Shanahan on Wednesday, a day after the NFL trade deadline came and went without Davis being sent elsewhere.
Team had been thought to be interested in trying to work out a deal if possible.
Mike Jones tackles readers' questions on what Washington might do at the trade deadline, why the Redskins abandoned the run and why Aldrick Robinson doesn't return kicks.
The Redskins are said to be open to the possibility of dealing the tight end. The NFL's trading deadline arrives Tuesday afternoon.
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said that he has had talks with demoted tight end Fred Davis and explained to him why he would be inactive last week and what he needed to do to work his way back onto the field.
Tight end, inactive for last week's game, says on radio that he hasn't asked to be traded but prefers to be playing.
Following Sunday's win, mailbag questions address problem areas, like Fred Davis’s future, Santana Moss’s role, special teams struggles and more.