Washington Redskins: What the Tight End Corps May Look Like in 2013

November 28, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

If there's one position on the Washington Redskins' roster that hasn't suffered a large negative impact from a starter being injured, it's at tight end.
Ever since Fred Davis went down with a season-ending injury in the team's first date with the Giants, two young players have stepped in nicely in the form of Logan Paulsen and Niles Paul.
Due to their emergence, Washington has to be questioning whether or not keeping the expensive Davis (who was designated with the franchise tag prior to the season) will make sense money-wise in a 2013 season where they will suffer a substantial cap penalty (which I still don't agree with).
Let's assume that the Redskins aren't going to give Davis the big money that he's after. Niles Paul is the only tight end guaranteed to be under contract in 2013 for just $550,000.
Logan Paulsen will be a restricted free agent that is currently making $540,000 but will obviously demand a bit more after the solid season he is having.
He still...

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