Thomas Davis

#58 LB / Carolina Panthers / EXP: 11YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 235 lb Age: 32 College: Georgia Bye 5,18

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Panthers' Thomas Davis: Active Sunday

    Davis (forearm) is active for Sunday's Super Bowl against the Broncos. All signs indicate that Davis is poised to be his typical self Sunday, despite sustaining a broken forearm in the NFC championship game. Expected to start at weak-side linebacker, he'll be donning just a pad on the affected region, meaning contact could be his biggest hindrance to logging a full complement of snaps.

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    Panthers' Thomas Davis: Not expected to be limited Sunday

    The Panthers' training staff doesn't expect Davis (forearm) to be limited in Sunday's Super Bowl against the Broncos, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Davis had surgery on his right forearm one day after the NFC championship game. During and immediately afterward, trainers were encouraged by how the repair proceeded, and their efforts in the interim have included reducing swelling in the forearm, rebuilding strength, and ensuring he returned to the practice field. After practicing in full this week, they accomplished that feat and, more importantly, believe he'll be his typical play-making self in Super Bowl 50, when he'll merely wear a pad over the healing region.

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    Panthers' Thomas Davis: Listed as probable

    Thomas (forearm) is listed as probable for Sunday's Super Bowl versus the Panthers, James Palmer of NFL Network reports. Despite tending to a broken right forearm, which he sustained in the NFC championship game, Thomas will take the field in the Super Bowl, and in fact is expected to start, according to head coach Ron Rivera. In the regular season, Davis ranked second on the Panthers with 105 tackles, to which he added 5.5 sacks, four interceptions, four forced fumbles, and one fumble recovery in 16 contests.

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    Panthers' Thomas Davis: Will start in Super Bowl

    Davis (forearm) will start in the Super Bowl according to head coach Ron Rivera, Steve Wyche of NFL Network reports. Davis broke his forearm in the NFC Championship game and underwent surgery last Monday to repair it. He has been a participant in practice all week and it appears he'll be on the field with the first string defense on Sunday. He still could see his minutes monitored during the game.

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    Panthers' Thomas Davis: Practices in full Wednesday

    Davis (forearm) practiced in full Wednesday, Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer reports. Davis was sporting a bandaid over the stitches on his right forearm prior to practice, but it wouldn't surprise if he tests out a number of protective measures to ensure he's able to endure the entire Super Bowl. Speaking of the do-or-die matchup, he expects to play in the game, and a full practice to kick off the week certainly aids in that endeavor.

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    Panthers' Thomas Davis: Will play in Super Bowl

    Davis (forearm) will play in the Super Bowl on Sunday against the Broncos after practicing without limitations Monday, Steve Reed of The Associated Press reports. Davis has openly expressed his intent on playing in the Super Bowl, despite breaking his right forearm against the Patriots in the AFC championship game, and that will ultimately come to fruition as he takes on his normal workload Sunday.

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    Panthers' Thomas Davis: Takes part in practice Monday

    Davis (forearm) took part in practice Monday, Kevin Patra of NFL.com reports. Just one week removed from surgery to repair a broken right forearm, Davis participated in drills, though the Panthers aren't required to file an injury report until Wednesday, leaving his activity level up in the air. Nevertheless, he appears poised to suit up for Super Bowl 50 as long as he emerges from the week of prep unscathed.

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    Panthers' Thomas Davis: Doesn't practice Wednesday

    Davis (forearm) was held out of practice Wednesday, Jonathan Jones of the Charlotte Observer reports. In a media session that followed, head coach Ron Rivera said that Davis is the Panthers' "only real injury concern" at the moment, according to Max Henson of the Panthers' official site. After undergoing surgery Monday to repair a broken right forearm, such a comment isn't a surprise, but Thomas has already gone on the record, saying he won't miss the Super Bowl. If he upholds that belief, he should hold down his typical spot at weak-side linebacker.

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    Panthers' Thomas Davis: Has surgery Monday

    Davis underwent surgery to repair his broken right arm Monday morning, the Charlotte Observer reports. Davis was knocked out of Sunday's lopsided NFC Championship game victory after injuring his arm while attempting to make a tackle during the first half. Although Davis did not return to the action, he made quite a noticeable impact while on the field, registering six tackles prior to his exit. A player that's overcome far worse injuries before, Davis declared that he would play in the Super Bowl during post-game interviews, but his progress will have to be tracked over the next two weeks nonetheless.

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    Panthers' Thomas Davis: Confirms that he suffered broken arm

    Davis confirmed that he has a broken arm, yet he still hopes to play in the Super Bowl, Steve Reed of The Associated Press reports. According to ESPN's David Newton, Davis even went so far as to say that he'll be ready for the big game in two weeks. Although the early optimism is a good sign, it won't be at all surprising if Davis' assertion doesn't come to fruition, as a broken arm typically requires far more than two weeks to heal. Even if he suits up, Davis will likely be doing so at far less than 100 percent.

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