"Really good," Davis said about his visit. "Just getting to know [the Bills staff]. Getting to know what they want for next year, the things they expect. Seeing the things they want to evolve, definitely a tight end like me and the other guys that they have. It's just a good feeling to talk about that kind of stuff."
Despite the positive visit, Davis thought he was well on his way to go see another team, the New York Jets.
"Yeah, I'm gonna still see the other teams. This is a business," he said. "You always gotta see all your options before you make a decision. I won't make any fast decision. I'm going to wait and make sure I'm all the way confident in what I want to do and go from there."
The tight end was supposed to visit with the Jets on Friday, but thought better of it late Thursday night. According to ProFootballTalk.com, Davis has canceled his trip to meet with John Idzik, Rex Ryan and company, and will instead decide between the Bills and his former team, the Washington Redskins.
Davis told the Buffalo media after his visit that the Redskins, his only team in the league to this point, are also in the mix.
One of the biggest questions on the minds of Bills fans everywhere is also one that Davis had concerns about heading in. What will the Bills do at quarterback? The tight end seemed convinced the Bills had a good plan.
"They're scouting for guys right now and I think they probably might draft someone," he said. "I don't know for sure, but I think that's the direction they're headed. I'll be confident in that. I think there's some good guys in the draft right now and they have a high pick. I feel confident that they'll probably make a good decision in that area."
Davis, 27, is a five-year veteran of the Redskins. In his time in the nation's capital, he had 155 catches for 1,971 yards and 12 total touchdowns. His best season came in 2011, when Davis started all 12 games he played in, gaining 796 yards and three touchdowns on 59 receptions.
In 2012, Davis was lost after just seven games to injury. He ruptured his Achilles tendon and is in the process of rehabbing it. Davis is expected to be ready for the start of training camp for whatever team he signs with. The tight end described the current status of his rehab process.
"I'm way ahead of schedule. For me, I don't know what it is for most guys, but I want to the best doctor in the country, Anderson," Davis remarked. "Actually, Terrell Suggs had his surgery and he came back in five months and played the last few games. Depending on how bad your Achilles was, it depends. But for me, it was definitely I think a maybe four and a half [months] right now and I'm already running on the treadmill, doing drills. I think I'm gonna be way ahead of schedule."
The Bills are acting at tight end because of concern over Scott Chandler's status. Atop the depth chart for each of the past two seasons in Buffalo, Chandler tore his ACL against Miami in late December. His status for the start of training camp is in jeopardy, forcing the Bills to try and look for different options. The team also re-signed exclusive rights free agent Dorin Dickerson to his one-year tender.
Outside of Chandler and Dickerson, the Bills have Lee Smith, Mike Caussin and Joe Sawyer as tight ends on their current roster. Keep checking back to WGR Sports Radio 550 and WGR550.com for all the latest.