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2021 Receiving

Regular Season 6 104 17.3 1 37

Top Gabriel Davis News

  • Bills' Gabriel Davis: Poor production continues

    Davis caught both of his targets for 25 yards during Monday's 34-31 loss to Tennessee.

    Sadly, this was Davis' second-best game of the season, as he's fallen behind several other options in the Buffalo passing game following a strong rookie campaign. The Bills head into their bye in Week 7, and those holding out hope for a Davis resurgence should pay attention to Dawson Knox's status, as the starting tight end suffered a hand injury Monday. Any potential absence for Knox could be something that leads to Davis seeing more than the infrequent looks he's gotten to date.

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  • Bills' Gabriel Davis: Shut out in blowout win

    Davis failed to bring in his only target during Sunday's 40-0 win over Houston.

    Davis was one of the few Bills who didn't get in on the scoring frenzy, failing to catch a pass for the second time this season despite playing 43 percent of the snaps on offense. Despite a pleasantly surprising rookie season, Davis has been pushed down in this high-powered and currently healthy offense in his second NFL campaign. Part of that stems from the emergence of tight end Dawson Knox, who's now a regular presence in the passing game, and the addition of a viable No. 2 receiver this offseason in Emmanuel Sanders also puts Davis further away from fantasy relevance after he took advantage of the opportunities created in 2020 when former Bills wideout John Brown was hurt most of the season.

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  • Bills' Gabriel Davis: Cedes big catches to others

    Davis caught his only target for 23 yards in Sunday's win over Washington.

    While the game was a blowout win for the Bills, the fact that Davis only saw 23 offensive snaps is a bit of a concern. Perhaps the team was just taking it easy on Davis' minor ankle injury, but he's only received six targets through three games and has been on the field for 33 percent (Week 2) and 29 percent (Week 3) of the offensive snaps the last two games. With Stefon Diggs, Cole Beasley, Emmanuel Sanders and perhaps even tight end Dawson Knox all ahead of Davis in the passing game pecking order, the second-year wideout may be best off left on the bench for now.

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  • Bills' Gabriel Davis: Ready for Sunday

    Davis (ankle) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against Washington.

    Davis has been impacted by an ankle injury the past two weeks, with the second-year wide receiver logging limited practices Wednesday and Thursday. Fortunately for Davis, he managed every rep to wrap up Week 3 prep, clearing him to suit up this weekend. He's served as the Bills' No. 4 WR this season en route to two catches (on five targets) for 40 yards and one TD, all of which occurred in the team's opener.

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  • Bills' Gabriel Davis: Limited at practice Wednesday

    Davis was a limited participant during Wednesday's practice due to an ankle injury, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.

    Davis' limited participation shouldn't be a major concern with regard to his status for Sunday's game against Washington. While nursing the same injury Week 2, Davis logged a pair of limited sessions before gaining clearance for the Bills' victory over the Dolphins. However, the 22-year-old played only 21 offensive snaps and didn't draw a target after registering 43 snaps and five targets Week 1. It's still worth monitoring his status throughout the week, but he will likely be active once Sunday arrives.

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  • Bills' Gabriel Davis: Cleared for Week 2

    Davis (ankle) is active Week 2 against the Dolphins.

    Despite missing Wednesday's practice and logging a pair of limited sessions to close out the week, reports out of Buffalo had indicated Davis was trending toward an "active" status. Last week, a three-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter helped Davis reach double-digit fantasy points, but it's worth noting that the second-year wideout was fourth among Buffalo receivers in snap share. Stefon Diggs, Cole Beasley and Emmanuel Sanders each saw more consistent time on the field, so it seems Davis still has some depth chart climbing to do.

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  • Bills' Gabriel Davis: On track for Week 2

    Davis (ankle) is expected to play in Sunday's game against the Dolphins, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    Davis is still listed as questionable, but he's on track to be active for Week 2. After a seven-touchdown rookie season, Davis started strong in Week 1 with two receptions for 40 yards and a score. However, those touchdowns will be tough to depend on while he's in a deep wideout corps with Stefon Diggs, Emmanuel Sanders and Cole Beasley.

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  • Bills' Gabriel Davis: Questionable for Week 2

    Davis (ankle) remained limited in practice Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday's matchup with Miami.

    Davis practiced on a limited basis both Thursday and Friday after missing Wednesday's practice. He's fourth on the Bills' wide receiver depth chart but scored the team's lone touchdown in Week 1, so Davis will be missed if he can't go against the Dolphins. Davis' status will likely be determined shortly before kickoff.

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  • Bills' Gabriel Davis: Logs limited practice

    Davis (ankle) returned to a limited practice Thursday.

    After sitting out Wednesday's session, Davis' return to practice, albeit in a limited fashion, bodes well for his chances of playing Sunday against the Dolphins. Friday's final injury report of the week will reveal whether the Bills' No. 4 receiver heads into the weekend with an injury designation or cleared for Week 2 action.

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  • Bills' Gabriel Davis: Back at practice

    Davis (ankle) was present for practice Thursday, Alaina Getzenberg of reports.

    Davis sat out Wednesday's session, but his return to practice Thursday has the wideout headed in the right direction as Sunday's game against the Dolphins approaches. The Bills' upcoming injury report will reveal whether Davis practiced fully or was limited.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 210 lbs
Birthplace: Sanford, FL
Age: 22
Class: Sophomore