|Ht / Wt:||6'1" / 188 lb.|
|Born:||July 4, 1993|
|Drafted:||2016 / Rd. 5 (163)|
Davis signed a one-year contract with the Bears on Wednesday.
Analysis: Davis appeared in 14 games between the Raiders, Dolphins and Packers last season, catching eight passes for 111 yards. The 26-year-old has only 16 catches over his four-year career, and his likeliest path to a roster spot in Chicago figures to be as a returner.
Davis did not record an offensive snap during Week 17's win over the Patriots.
Analysis: Davis wasn't targeted during his three-game stint with Miami in 2019, though he did contribute as a kick and punt returner. The return specialist is an unrestricted free agent this offseason.
Davis (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Jets, Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
Analysis: The Dolphins claimed Davis off waivers from Oakland on Tuesday, so he may not yet be acclimated to his new team's playbook. When fully up to speed, Davis could immediately contribute as a punt returner and depth wideout in Miami.
The Dolphins claimed Davis off waivers from the Raiders on Tuesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Analysis: The Dolphins continue to be quite active on the waiver wire, and Davis will land on his third team of the season. Green Bay's 2016 fifth-round pick played two games for the Packers and nine for Oakland this season before heading to Miami. He'll serve an immediate need with the Dolphins as a returner since Jakeem Grant (ankle) is on IR.
The Raiders waived Davis on Monday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Analysis: Acquired from the Packers on Sept. 18 for a 2020 sixth-round pick, Davis didn't pan out in his time in the Bay Area. His role on offense has been mostly non-existent since Week 8, and he lost his second fumble in the silver and black on a punt return this past Sunday in Kansas City. Overall, he's averaged 22.3 yards per kick return and 10.6 yards per punt return in his career, so he may draw some interest on the waiver wire.
Davis was unable to bring in either of his targets during Sunday's 34-3 loss to the Jets.
Analysis: Sunday's loss continued what is now a four-game catchless streak for Davis. Davis made a splash in his first two games with Oakland, tallying 116 total yards and a touchdown in Weeks 4 and 5. He has just 40 yards since. The Raiders might be in for a shootout Sunday against the Chiefs, but Davis doesn't figure to be much a factor given his recent steep decline.
The Raiders are expected to rely on Davis more in the passing game Sunday against the Packers with Tyrell Williams (foot) ruled out for the contest, Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Analysis: Williams' absence coupled with the fact that the newly acquired Zay Jones is still getting familiar with the Raiders' offensive playbook will likely leave Davis, Hunter Renfrow and Keelan Doss as Oakland's primary weapons at receiver in Week 7. Though tight end Darren Waller probably profiles as Derek Carr's top target, Davis gained traction as a secondary option in the Week 5 win over the Bears in London, nabbing four passes for 42 yards. He played 75 percent of the offensive snaps in that contest and should be in store for another sizable workload against the team that drafted him in the sixth round in 2016.
Davis caught all four of his targets for 42 yards during Sunday's 24-21 win over the Bears.
Analysis: Davis, freshly acquired from Green Bay, logged his first receptions as a Raider Sunday after only running the ball in his Week-4 debut. It didn't turn out too well as, just before scoring what would have been a go-ahead touchdown on a quick screen early in the fourth quarter, Davis had the ball punched out for a fumble. Davis got a fair amount of playing time due to injuries to Tyrell Williams (foot) and J.J. Nelson (knee). If he still has a big role after the bye in Week 7, he'll go up against his old teammates in Green Bay.
Davis is a candidate for extra targets in Sunday's Week 5 tilt against the Bears in London with fellow wideouts Tyrell Williams (foot), J.J. Nelson (knee) and Dwayne Harris (ankle) all declared inactive for the contest.
Analysis: The fourth-year speedster flashed in the Week 4 win over the Colts with a 60-yard rushing touchdown during which he flashed his impressive jets. Davis may have a lot more opportunity to show what he can do as a receiver Sunday given the trio of aforementioned absences, although he'll get the extra reps against a formidable Bears defense.
Davis ran for 74 yards and a touchdown on two carries during Sunday's 31-24 win over the Colts.
Analysis: Acquired from Green Bay, Davis did his damage on the ground Sunday, scooting for a 60-yard touchdown to cap Oakland's second drive of the game. Davis wasn't targeted during the game and so it's hard to envision where he fits in the pecking order -- presumably fairly low -- but he showed that he has the ability make big plays Sunday. Expect Oakland to continue to use him as a gadget-type player to keep defenses honest.
Davis, who was arrived via trade with the Packers on Sept. 18, is slated to serve as the No. 3 receiver in Sunday's Week 4 game against the Colts with J.J. Nelson (coach's decision) and Dwayne Harris (ankle) both declared inactive for the contest.
Analysis: It's unclear how much of the playbook Davis may have gotten down in his week-plus with the team, but he'll be pressed into duty Sunday behind Tyrell Williams and Hunter Renfrow. The speedy fourth-year wideout can also fill in for Harris in the return game and does bring 31 games of NFL experience to the table, so his incorporation into the offense may not necessarily be an overly difficult one.
The Raiders acquired Davis in a trade from the Packers Wednesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Analysis: Davis projects to provide the Raiders with depth in the return game while Dwayne Harris (ankle) works to get healthy, and his big-play speed (4.3 second 40-yard dash) could set him up for an immediate role in Oakland's wideout corps. The deal's terms remain undisclosed at this time.
Davis was not targeted in Sunday's victory over the Vikings. He was credited with two punt returns but did not accumulate any yardage.
Analysis: Davis acted as the Packers' fourth receiver in Week 1, playing 17 snaps and making a 28-yard reception, but he was a non-factor on offense in Week 2, playing just four snaps and not seeing even one pass in his direction. Meanwhile, fellow reserve receiver Jake Kumerow played six snaps and caught one pass Sunday. Neither Davis nor Kumerow is playing enough to garner consideration in fantasy leagues, but the Week 2 usage gives Kumerow the slight edge among the two moving forward. Davis will continue seeing plenty of action on special teams, though, as he remains the Packers' primary return man on both punts and kickoffs.
Davis had one reception for 28 yards in Thursday's victory over the Bears. He also had one punt return for one yard.
Analysis: Davis was expected to handle the return duties for the Packers, and he did just that, even though his opportunities were minimal. What was a bit unexpected, though, was that Davis finished fourth among Packers receivers in snaps, behind No. 3 wideout Geronimo Allison as expected, but ahead of Jake Kumerow, who looked to be on track to open the season in the No. 4 spot. Davis' reception was the only catch among the trio, so i't unlikely major changes will be made to the depth chart heading into Week 2. That could change in the coming weeks, but for now, consider Davis the Packers' fourth receiver.
Davis caught five of six targets for 78 yards and a touchdown while adding one carry for 18 yards in Thursday's preseason loss to the Raiders.
Analysis: The Packers elected not to use most of their starters on offense, leaving a clear path for Davis to make a big impact as he led the team in catches, targets and scrimmage yards while scoring Green Bay's first touchdown on a 23-yard grab. Equanimeous St. Brown suffered what appeared to be a serious leg injury Thursday as well, leaving Davis and Jake Kumerow potentially in the driver's seat to round out the depth chart at WR to begin the regular season.
Davis (neck) was back at practice in full pads for Sunday's practice, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Davis had been dealing with a neck stinger that forced him out of Thursday's game against the Ravens. The fact that he's back healthy for practice bodes well for his chances to make an appearance for Thursday's game against Oakland. If healthy, it's likely that Davis will handle both punt and kick return duties, mixing in sparingly with the offense.
Davis (neck) won't play in Thursday's preseason tilt against the Ravens.
Analysis: Davis was held out of practice with a stinger late last week and it's unclear if that or a new injury is preventing him from playing Thursday. He's served as the Packers return man the past few seasons, but with a deep wide receiver group in training camp he could be out of a roster spot. Darrius Shepherd and Teo Redding will likely handle most of the return duties against Baltimore on Thursday.
Davis did not participate in Saturday's practice due to a stinger, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Davis picked up the injury during a live kickoff drill in the Packers' first joint practice with the Texans, putting a stop to what had been a solid start to training camp. The expected primary kick returner, Davis had an outside shot at earning a role offensively, but a prolonged absence would likely see Jake Kumerow, Geronimo Allison, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, J'Mon Moore and Equanimeous St. Brown solidify their respective standing on the depth chart.
Davis is making his case for a role on offense, Wes Hodkiewicz of Packers.com reports.
Analysis: A 2016 fifth-round pick, Davis enters the final year of his rookie contract with eight receptions in 29 career games, though he did see regular work as a return specialist his first two seasons. He then missed most of 2018 with hamstring injuries, returning healthy this spring for the offseason program. While still a long shot to earn a key role on offense, Davis at least has some time to make his case.
Davis (hamstring) was placed on injured reserve Saturday.
Analysis: Davis will end the year where he left off, as the third-year receiver played in two games before re-aggravating a hamstring injury that forced him to miss the first nine games of the regular season. Jake Kumerow (shoulder) will take his spot on the roster and is expected to see some opportunities at kick returner.
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