Per multiple reports, Washington will be cutting rookie WR Robert Davis today. The team reportedly hopes to stash him on the practice squad, though the move frees him up to be signed by any team and added to the active roster. Davis is worth keeping at the bottom of deep dynasty rosters at this point but also isn't a must-hold. He brings terrific athleticism but produced just OK numbers at Georgia State.
Washington spent a 6th-round pick on WR Robert Davis out of Georgia State. The 6'3, 219-pound wideout crushed the Combine -- including a 4.44-second 40 -- to earn a 98th percentile SPARQ rank. His college production proved just decent, though, including 17 total TDs across 4 seasons. There's potential opportunity in Washington if he can develop, with Pierre Garcon and DeSean Jackson having left, Josh Doctson coming off a rookie year lost to injury and Terrelle Pryor on a 1-year contract.