Redskins' Vernon Davis enters concussion protocol
Washington Redskins tight end Vernon Davis entered the NFL's concussion protocol program following a Week 4 loss to the New York Giants.
With Jordan Reed already in concussion protocol and Terry McLaurin still limited with a hamstring injury, Davis' concussion adds to a growing list of injuries to Washington's offense. If Davis is ruled out for Week 5, Jeremy Sprinkle and Jerome Cunningham could see increased minutes against a New England Patriots' pass defense rated 1st overall by our power rankings.
So far this season Davis has managed 10 receptions for 123 yards and 1 touchdown on 19 targets. If he is active, our models project him to score 4.5 FanDuel points against the Patriots. He is priced at $4,800.
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