Fred Davis apparently falls in the minority.
Davis visited with the Bills on Thursday. John Keim of the Washington Examiner reported that Buffalo could be offering a two-year deal, though the money involved is less than $1 million more than Washington's one-year deal.
Davis is recovering from surgery to repair a torn Achilles tendon. A one-year deal could be appetizing to Davis, who can re-establish his value next season and test the market again in 2014.
One important note: The Redskins have just $3.3 million in cap space and are also in the hunt for Antoine Winfield. The full-court press nature of their pursuit of Winfield -- who was taken out to dinner by Daniel Snyder, Mike Shanahan and RG3 on Wednesday night -- makes us think the cornerback is a priority.
It would be surprising if the Redskins had room in their budget for both players.
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