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CSN Washington Jun 23, 2017

One surprising stat that puts Vernon Davis at top of NFL tight ends

Vernon Davis played well in 2016, quite well in fact. He ended the season with nearly 600 yards to go with two touchdowns, but a stat from Pro Football Focus truly stands out. 
Riggo's Rag Jun 18, 2017

Don’t count out Derek Carrier in the Redskins’ TE roster race

The Redskins are loaded at the tight end position. After resigning stout second-in-command Vernon Davis, the team drafted burly bruiser Jeremy Sprinkle in the fifth round of the draft. With Niles Paul also in the mix, along with UFA Manasseh Garner, Derek Carrier has gotten little attention as of late. Here’s a subtle reminder that […] Don’t count out Derek Carrier in the Redskins’ TE roster race - Riggos Rag - Riggos Rag - A Washington Redskins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
CBS DC Jun 11, 2017
Vernon Davis Led 2016 Tight Ends in Missed Tackles

Vernon Davis Led 2016 Tight Ends in Missed Tackles

For a player not expected to make a huge impact in his first season in D.C., Vernon Davis proved to be elusive with the ball in his hands.

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