Davis appears to be at 100 percent during the start of OTAs, Stephen Holder of the IndyStar reports. Davis was ProFootballFocus.com's sixth highest-graded player in the entire NFL throughout the 2014 season, but dealt with a pesky foot injury in 2015 that hindered his week-to-week performance. Reportedly, however, Davis was nearly declared an injury scratch prior to multiple contests. Thus, the fact that he did play all 16 games may say more about his toughness than his 2015 performance may say about any sort of decline in ability. Now nearing full health, look for Davis to return to shut-down form in 2016.
Davis underwent minor surgery on his foot to "clean things out", Mike Chappell of Indysportscentral.com reports. The procedure should improve Davis' opportunity to avoid any issues with the foot in the future. He recorded 48 tackles, 16 passes defensed, and four interceptions through 16 games during the 2015 season with the Colts.
Davis notched five tackles (four solo) and an interception in Sunday's win over the Dolphins. The lockdown corner recorded his fourth interception of the year on Sunday in a much needed win over the Dolphins. Davis doesn't hold a ton of value as an IDP, simply for the fact that he isn't in on a lot of tackles, and quarterbacks don't throw at him very often.
Davis (hamstring) is active Sunday against the Buccaneers. Davis suffered the injury during last Sunday's game against the Falcons but he practiced fully Thursday and Friday, clearing the way for him to start against the Bucs, who boast one of the better wideout duos in the NFL.
Davis suffered a hamstring injury in Sunday's game against the Falcons and is doubtful to return. The severity of the injury is still unknown, but it's not a promising sign for Colts' fans that Davis is likely done for the day. With Davis on the sidelines look for Darius Butler to finish out the game at corner.
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