Details on Fred Davis' one-year pact with Patriots

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The following are details of the one-year contract signed by tight end Fred Davis with the New England Patriots, per ESPN Insider Field Yates:

Base salary: $825,000

Workout bonus: $20,000

Roster bonus: $60,000 ($3,750 per game)

Cap charge: $665,000 (if he plays all 16 games)

As expected, this is a low-risk contract for the Patriots as Davis is coming off a year-long suspension. The Patriots are well-stocked on the tight end depth chart with Rob Gronkowski, Scott Chandler, Michael Hoomanawanui, Tim Wright and sixth-round draft choice AJ Derby. With Derby potentially still not ready to participate because of a prior knee injury, Davis fills in another layer on the depth chart as a "move"-type option with limited financial impact on the team's cash flow/salary cap.