The Washington Redskins have added tight end Tony Curtis to the roster, and placed running back James Davis on the “reserved/left squad” list, the team announced.
Davis left the team in the middle of the night Monday, upset by a lack of playing time.
Curtis, meanwhile, becomes the seventh tight end on the roster behind the injured Chris Cooley, Fred Davis, Logan Paulsen, Joe Torchia, Mike Sellers and Derek Schouman.
The 6-5, 251-pound Curtis played college ball at Portland State and entered the NFL in 2005. He didn’t play his first game until the following year. He has spent time with Kansas City, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Dallas and San Francisco. Curtis last played for Dallas in 2008. In 36 games - all for the Cowboys - Curtis recorded 11 catches and 3 touchdowns.