Fred Davis dined with Bills’ brass over the weekend and visited Buffalo’s training facility on Thursday, according to the team’s website.
But, according to reports, he was also set to leave Orchard Park, N.Y., without inking a new deal.
Davis said earlier this week that he also intends to visit the Jets, and it appears those plans have not changed. The Redskins also remain interested in re-signing Davis, who has spent his entire five-season NFL in Washington.
As Davis heads to the Jets, he is mulling offers from both the Bills and Redskins, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
"This is a business," Davis was quoted as saying in The Buffalo News. "You have to see all your options before you make a decision. I won’t make any fast decisions. I’ll wait and see I’ll make sure I’m all the way confident in what I want to do and go from there."
The Redskins have the best quarterback – Robert Griffin III – among the three teams pursuing Davis. But they also have the least cap space. A league source told CSNWashington.com earlier this week that Washington was a scant $3.29 million under its penalty-reduced cap ceiling (and that was before signing defensive end Darryl Tapp on Thursday).
In 62 career games, Davis, who is recovering from a torn Achilles' tendon, has 115 receptions for 1,973 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Update: John Keim of the Examiner is reporting that Davis has cancelled his visit to the Jets and his choice is down to the Redskins or Bills.