Absence Of Davis Cause for An Alarm
May 5, 2008 | Posted by: The Washington Post | Full story: The Washington Post
“I really don't think it's anything bad”
On the final day of the Washington Redskins' minicamp, Jim Zorn was confronted with the first challenge of his nascent head coaching career when former Southern Cal tight end Fred Davis, the team's second selection in last weekend's NFL draft, did not report to practice yesterday and had to be located by team security personnel.
Davis overslept and was not involved in any legal trouble, said Zack Bolno, Washington's executive director of communications.
Zorn, who is in his first year as a head coach after spending the past seven seasons as the Seattle Seahawks' quarterbacks coach, had a lengthy meeting in his office with Davis in the afternoon, according to Bolno. When asked if Davis would be disciplined, Bolno said the matter would be handled internally. Attempts to contact Davis were unsuccessful. Read more
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