BREAKING NEWS : Commanders have made no decision on fantastic star 5th-year option

The Washington Commanders will have until after next month’s NFL draft to determine whether to exercise linebacker Jamin Davis’ fifth-year option for 2025.

General manager Adam Peters and head coach Dan Quinn have yet to make a decision on Davis.
In truth, what was he meant to say? Washington would not have picked up Davis’ fifth-year option if the deadline had been this week. Nothing can change their views between now and after the draft.

Through three NFL seasons, Davis, the No. 19 overall choice in the 2021 NFL draft, has yet to live up to his first-round status. After first selecting Davis as a middle linebacker,

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Washington’s old staff immediately realized he was better suited to the outside.
Davis has had his fair share of moments. He’s gotten better each season, with his finest season coming in 2023. Davis made his first career interception and forced two fumbles last season. However, new general manager Adam Peters and head coach Dan Quinn entered free agency with the intention of improving at linebacker. The Commanders have signed Frankie Luvu and Bobby Wagner, both of whom will start.

That tells you where they stand with Davis — for now. If Washington does not exercise his fifth-year option, that does not mean he is not part of the organization’s plans. The

The 2024 season marks a watershed moment for Davis. Coaching has been a major issue for all of Washington’s defensive players in recent years. That will not be an excuse going forward. Quinn will figure out what Davis does best and put him in a position to succeed.

The rest is up to Davis.

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