- Rich Cimini, ESPN Staff Writer
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UPDATE: Free-agent TE Fred Davis cancelled his visit with the Jets, a source confirmed late Thursday night. He's said to be weighing offers from the Redskins and Bills.
Davis concluded a free-agent trip to the Bills. He has contract offers from the Bills and Redskins, according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
The Jets are looking for a tight end to replace Dustin Keller, who signed with the Dolphins. They still have Jeff Cumberland, a restricted free agent who received the low tender ($1.3 million), but it's clear they're trying to add another veteran.
Davis, 27, is somewhat of a risk because he's less than five months removed from Achilles-tendon surgery. He told reporters in Buffalo that he's "ahead of schedule" and expects to be ready by the season opener. The Jets took a chance last year on S LaRon Landry, another former Redskin with an Achilles-related issue, and that worked out well.
Davis has 155 career catches for 1,973 yards and 12 touchdowns.