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With indefinite suspension lifted, former Redskins tight end, 29, is on the open market.

Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall said the team’s medical staff believes that he tore his left Achilles’ tendon early in the second quarter.

The Redskins general manager expressed disappointment in the troubled tight end, who this week received an indefinite suspension and then was arrested in Fairfax County and charged with driving while intoxicated.

Tight end violated the league’s substance abuse policy.

Tight end's touchdown catch Sunday in Atlanta was his first since late in the 2011 season.

The Outsider takes a look at what pieces a potential new coach might have in place.

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Redskins tight end Fred Davis said that he didn’t miss any meetings last week, and said that he didn’t view his limited activity in Monday night’s game as a disciplinary move.

Fred Davis might or might not have missed meetings leading up to him being used for only 10 plays against the 49ers.

With teammates at their positions injured, demoted wide receiver Josh Morgan and tight end Fred Davis could find themselves back in the mix next Monday .

Tight end, wide receiver had been pushed aside in recent weeks but now Jordan Reed is being treated for a concussion and Leonard Hankerson is facing possible knee surgery.

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