Davis wrapped up 2017 with 48 solo tackles, 34 assisted tackles, and a sack in 2017. Davis, a run-stuffing cog opposite the more athletic Brandon Marshall, now faces free agency. It'll be interesting to see what Denver does here. Third-down backer Cory Nelson has been serviceable in limited snaps and Davis has been a goat as often as he's been a hero during his tenure in Mile High. Davis has helped Denver blow up numerous short-yardage and goal-line plays with his physicality only to turn around and serve as a liability in covering backs and tight ends. Those sorts of players tend not to command big salaries in free agency.
Davis (ankle) was listed as a full participant on Monday's injury report. Davis exited Sunday's victory over the Jets to be evaluated for a concussion, but he seems to be in the clear since the Broncos listed him as a full participant for Monday's walkthrough.
Davis played 64 of 67 defensive snaps and posted nine tackles (six solo). With a stat line like that, it's hard to believe Davis battled ankle and shoulder injuries along with an illness ahead of Week 13's matchup. The 25-year-old is averaging 6.3 tackles per game, but Davis is being given more defensive snaps each week so this average should continue to rise.
Davis (ankle/shoulder/illness) is active for Sunday's game against the Dolphins. Davis was banged up and sick throughout the week, ultimately missing Friday's practice. However, it looks like none of the maladies were significant enough to keep the linebacker sidelined in Week 13, so he should be in store for his usual starting duties on the inside.
Davis (ankle) was a full practice participant Wednesday, Zac Stevens of BSNDenver.com reports. Davis left Sunday's game with an ankle injury and didn't return, but it seems that was just a precautionary measure. Although Davis hasn't been playing full snap counts this season, he still has showed some impressive performances, with 38 tackles (24 solo) in his last five contests.