Redskins draft pick Fred Davis a no-show at practice Print
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Sunday, 04 May 2008 08:58
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 ASHBURN, Va. (AP) -Washington Redskins second-round draft pick Fred Davis did not show up for minicamp practice Sunday, prompting the team to send security officials to find the tight end.
``Everybody was scouring,'' coach Jim Zorn said after practice. ``Nobody heard from him, so there was one of two scenarios. Either there was some real trouble and we needed to find him, or he screwed up. I haven't even got to talk to him yet. I know he has been found. I believe it is more in the 'I screwed up' category.''
The team was expected to give more details on Davis' absence later Sunday.
Davis was the 48th overall pick out of Southern California in last weekend's draft. He and the other rookies were staying in a local hotel during the three-day minicamp that ended Sunday.
 

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