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  • Saints' Demario Davis: Sticking with Saints

    Davis and New Orleans agreed to terms Monday to restructure the final year of his contract into a new two-year, $17.25 million deal, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Davis' new two-year contract additionally includes $13.25 million in injury guarantees, while his initial deal included none. The 35-year-old veteran could now well be positioned to finish his NFL career with the Saints, though he's still playing at an extremely high level. Davis' tackling output isn't usually high enough to provide him consistent fantasy value outside of big plays, though he did tally 121 stops (74 solo) in 2023, the second-highest mark of his career.
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  • Saints' Demario Davis: Leading tackler vs. Giants

    Davis recorded 10 tackles (eight solo) including a sack in Sunday's 24-6 win versus the Giants. Sunday's game was Davis' third with a double-digit tackle total this season and his sixth with a sack. He's also eclipsed 100 tackles on the year for the seventh consecutive season. The Saints travel to take on the Rams in Week 16.
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  • Saints' Demario Davis: Lead tackler in win

    Davis recorded 10 tackles (eight solo), including a sack, and a forced fumble in Sunday's 24-17 win over the Bears. Davis was a limited participant in practice leading up to Week 9 with a knee injury, but it didn't seem to bother him Sunday as he played all 64 defensive snaps. He forced a fumble late in the fourth quarter while sacking Tyson Bagent, which was recovered by the Saints and ultimately iced the game. Davis continues to be productive in his 12th season in the NFL and is leading New Orleans in total tackles (65) while checking in second in sacks (three) through nine games this season.
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  • Saints' Demario Davis: Logs double-digit tackles

    Davis recorded 12 tackles (six solo) and a pass deflection in New Orleans' 38-27 win versus the Colts on Sunday. Davis was questionable heading into Sunday's game with a knee injury but still managed to produce one of his best outings of the season, setting a new high for tackles. The 2012 third-round pick has 54 tackles (32 solo), including two sacks, on the season, and he'll look to increase those numbers against the Bears in Week 9.
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  • Saints' Demario Davis: Deemed questionable for Week 8

    Davis (knee) is questionable to suit up Sunday versus Indianapolis. Davis was also questionable to face Jacksonville in Week 7, but he was able to play in that Thursday night contest, taking the field for 73 percent of the Saints' defensive snaps. He logged a trio of limited practices during Week 8 prep, giving him a decent chance of suiting up Sunday to face the Colts. Erin Summers of ESPN.com reported Thursday that New Orleans plans to limit Davis' practice and game reps while he manages the knee issue.
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  • Saints' Demario Davis: Playing Thursday

    Davis (knee) is active for Thursday night's game against the Jaguars. The four-time All-Pro was listed as questionable as recently as Wednesday. Davis has started all six games this season and recorded 38 tackles with two passes defensed.
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  • Saints' Demario Davis: Leading tackler in loss

    Davis recorded seven tackles (four solo), including one sack, two tackles for loss and one pass deflection in Sunday's 20-13 loss to the Texans. Davis led New Orleans in tackles for the second consecutive week, helping his team hold the Texans' offense to only 20 points. The All-Pro linebacker is second on the Saints in total tackles, as he's logged 38 through six games this year. Expect Davis to continue making plays and leading one of the best defenses in the NFL going forward.
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  • Saints' Demario Davis: Team-leading tackler again in 2022

    Davis accumulated 109 tackles (53 solo), 6.5 sacks, six passes defended and one interception over 17 games during the 2022 season. Davis logged a career high in sacks, eclipsing five sacks for the first time while also notching over 100 tackles for the sixth season in a row. The 34-year-old never showed any signs of slowing down, as he played every defensive snap this season. The 2022 second-team All-Pro has two years remaining on his current contract with New Orleans, so he'll likely continue to serve as the team's top tackler moving forward.
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  • Saints' Demario Davis: Logs eight stops again

    Davis recorded eight tackles (three solo), including a half-sack, during Sunday's 27-20 win over the Rams. The All-Pro finished as the Saints' second-leading tackler behind Kaden Elliss, who started for the second straight game in place of injured linebacker Pete Werner (ankle). However, Davis was still the only New Orleans linebacker to play every defensive snap against the Rams. The 33-year-old now has 66 tackles (38 solo), 6.5 sacks and two passes defended while playing an every-down role over 11 games this season.
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  • Saints' Demario Davis: Records sack in loss

    Davis logged nine tackles (six solo), including a sack, during the Saints' 28-25 loss to Minnesota on Sunday. Davis was on the field for every defensive snap once again in Week 4, and he totaled a season-high nine tackles during the narrow loss. Over the first four weeks of the year, the 33-year-old has posted 25 tackles (14 solo), two sacks, two pass defenses and a fumble recovery.
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  • Saints' Demario Davis: Solid performance in loss

    Davis notched five tackles (two solo), one sack and one pass defensed during Sunday's 22-14 loss to the Panthers. Davis sacked Baker Mayfield on the third play of the game for a three-yard loss, marking the linebacker's first sack of the season. Davis has finished with at least 90 tackles and multiple sacks in eight straight seasons with three different teams and will look to continue that streak in 2022.
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  • Saints' Demario Davis: Dominant on Monday Night Football

    Davis had 10 tackles (seven solo), two sacks and one pass breakup during Monday's 13-10 win over the Seahawks. Davis brought down Geno Smith twice during Monday's narrow win while still racking up stops against the run. The veteran linebacker now has three sacks in his last two appearances and two games this season with double-digit tackles. Looking ahead to Sunday, Davis will face the tougher task of making plays against Tampa Bay's stout offensive line.
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  • Saints' Demario Davis: First sack of 2021

    Davis recorded eight tackles (five solo) and one sack during New Orleans' win over Washington in Week 5. Davis wasn't very productive in coverage versus the Football Team, but he rewarded IDP managers by taking down Taylor Heinicke for his first sack of the year. Since Week 1, Davis hasn't missed a single defensive snap.
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  • Saints' Demario Davis: Leads Saints in tackles

    Davis racked up nine tackles (five solo) in the Saints' 21-16 win over the Falcons on Sunday. Davis led the Saints in tackles for the fourth game in as many weeks, and he's now up to a team-high 85 on the season. He could be busy again in Week 14 against the Eagles.
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  • Saints' Demario Davis: Team-high nine tackles

    Davis recorded nine tackles (seven solo) in the Saints' 31-3 win over the Broncos on Sunday. That's three weeks in a row that Davis has led the Saints in tackles, as he continues to make plays for the defense. He'll face Matt Ryan and the Falcons in Week 13 after recording seven tackles and a sack against them in Week 11.
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  • Saints' Demario Davis: Nabs three-year extension

    Davis signed a three-year contract extension with the Saints on Saturday, John Hendrix of Sports Illustrated reports. Davis looked in line to become an unrestricted free agent in 2021, but the Saints instead elected to keep him in house for the foreseeable future. The veteran linebacker has put together three straight campaigns with at least 110 tackles, and he led the team in stops last season.
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  • Saints' Demario Davis: Leads team in tackles in 2019

    Davis recorded 111 tackles (87 solo), 4.0 sacks and an interception in 2019. Davis comfortably led the Saints' defense in tackles in his second year with the team, and he ended the year with his third straight season of at least 110 stops, a streak which dates back to his final year with the Jets. Davis is a high-volume tackler, typically providing him a safe floor as an IDP option. He's under contract with the Saints for one more season, and he'll look to build on a strong 2019 campaign when he returns for a ninth season in 2020.
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  • Saints' Demario Davis: Strong showing in win

    Davis finished with 11 tackles (nine solo), two tackles for a loss and a sack in the Saints' 38-28 win over the Titans on Sunday. Davis paced New Orleans in tackles Sunday, adding another sack in the process. He's put on quite a show for the back-half of the season, accounting for 57 tackles (45 solo), nine passes defensed, four sacks and an interception in seven appearances since Week 10. He'll look to finish the year strong against the Carolina Panthers in Week 17.
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  • Saints' Demario Davis: Records first sack of season

    Davis recorded 11 tackles (seven solo), three tackles for a loss and a sack in the Saints' 26-9 loss to the Falcons on Sunday. Davis finished with his first double-digit tackle effort of the season Sunday and he also recorded his first sack of the 2019-20 campaign. Davis now boasts 63 tackles (48 solo) on the season, and he'll look to build on his solid effort in Week 11 against turnover-prone Jameis Winston and the Buccaneers.
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  • Saints' Demario Davis: Paces Saints in tackles

    Davis compiled eight tackles (six solo) in the Saints' 31-9 victory over the Cardinals on Sunday. Davis turned in another productive day in the tackle department, leading the team in that category for the second time in three weeks. He's become a reliable source of tackles, though he hasn't been able to force a turnover or record a sack through eight games, limiting his overall upside as an IDP option.
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