The relationship between the Redskins and tight end Fred Davis appears to be leaning towards fractured beyond repair, Chris Lingebach of CBS Washington reports. The Redskins have made Davis inactive for three straight weeks, and a total of four games this season. â€œI feel useless right now,â€ Davis told 106.7 The Fanâ€™s Chad Dukes and Grant Paulsen on Tuesday, â€œBut I know when the time comes, Iâ€™m going to have to make a statement.â€ â€œMy teammates, they know what I can do,â€ he said. â€œThey just keep telling me, â€˜Just be patient. Be ready.â€™ But itâ€™s hard to. You know what Iâ€™m saying? Itâ€™s not easy when youâ€™re a competitor, you want to play. They just tell me to stay focused, you know, donâ€™t worry about it. Itâ€™s hard not to worry about it, because thatâ€™s not the type of person I am. Iâ€™m not a â€˜not worry about itâ€™ person. Iâ€™m more of â€˜I want to be involved. I want to be able to make plays. I want to be able to help.â€™ I donâ€™t want to sit around. It already should be known, that moneyâ€™s not the main thing to me. I want to play. I want to earn it.â€ Source: The Redzone SteveRobWhatever's Take: Last week he admitted to nodding off in team meetings. I don't think quotes like that are going to endear him to the coaches. His best course of action is simply to shut up and get it done Mon-Sat. If he earns it, the coaches will put him back in.