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  • Patriots' Sean Davis: Leaves with injury

    Davis (shoulder) is questionable to return Sunday against the Dolphins, Ryan Hannable of WEEI.com reports. Davis suffered the injury in the first half. With Kyle Dugger (hand) out, Davis was active to help provide depth at safety. Justin Bethel will likely see extra work until Davis can return.
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  • Bengals' Sean Davis: Elevated to active roster

    The Bengals elevated Davis to their active roster Saturday. Davis spent the preseason with the Colts, but he failed to make the initial 53-man roster and landed on the Bengals' practice squad. He spent the 2020 campaign with the Steelers and appeared in 16 contests, mostly contributing on special teams.
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  • Sean Davis: Released by Indianapolis

    The Colts released Davis on Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Davis linked up with the Colts back in April and appeared destined to secure a depth role at safety, but the veteran will now have to look for a chance elsewhere. He mostly contributed on special teams in 16 appearances with the Steelers last season.
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  • Sean Davis: Surprisingly let go

    Davis was released by Washington on Saturday, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports. The transaction clears the way for Troy Apke to start at safety opposite Landon Collins. Davis signed a one-year contract with Washington all the way back in March with the intent on securing a starting safety spot, but he'll have to find a different path to a team's top unit. A two-year starter with the Steelers back in 2017 and 2018, it'd be a bit surprising if Davis doesn't end up on a roster, even if it's under the guise of depth along the secondary.
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  • Steelers' Sean Davis: Lands on IR

    Davis (shoulder) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday with a torn labrum, Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. A day after Davis said he expected to play in Week 3 versus the 49ers, the Steelers sent him to IR. His injury will need extensive recovery, but the fourth-year pro is a solid candidate to return in Week 11. To help lessen the effect on defense, the Steelers traded a 2020 first-round pick to the Dolphins in exchange for Minkah Fitzpatrick, who is talented enough to possibly retain the starting job even when Davis returns.
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  • Steelers' Sean Davis: Hurts shoulder

    Davis (shoulder) is questionable to return to Sunday's game versus the Seahawks. Davis missed the first game of the season with an ankle injury, and now he's battling another issue. The fourth-year pro made five solo tackles before exiting the matchup, and he'll be replaced by Kameron Kelly at free safety for the time being.
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  • Steelers' Sean Davis: Still absent from practice

    Davis (ankle) did not practice Wednesday, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports. Davis suffered an ankle injury during a preseason contest versus Houston and hasn't yet fully recovered. The fourth-year safety projects to play a key role in Pittsburgh's secondary when healthy, but it remains to be seen whether Davis will be good to go Week 1.
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  • Steelers' Sean Davis: Exits with thigh injury

    Davis exited Sunday's preseason matchup against the Titans with a thigh injury, but he was able to head to the locker room under his own power, Brian Batko of Post-Gazette Sports reports. Davis' injury didn't look incredibly serious, but it should be enough to knock him out for the rest of the night.
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  • Steelers' Sean Davis: Won't play Week 17

    Davis (quadriceps) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Bengals, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports. Davis missed two days of practice due to a quadriceps injury, and will sit out versus the Bengals despite returning to practice Friday. Jordan Dangerfield will slot into Pittsburgh's starting lineup for Sunday's must-win contest.
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  • Steelers' Sean Davis: Status for Sunday uncertain

    Davis (quadriceps) did not practice Wednesday, Teresa Varley of the team's official site reports. Per the report, Davis' availability for Sunday's game is up in the air at this point. Davis, the team's leading tackler (79 tackles), will likely come down to a game-time decision. His practice participation for the next few days should give an indication of whether he plays.
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  • Steelers' Sean Davis: Nabs first interception this season

    Davis totaled five tackles (all solo) and an interception during Sunday's 31-28 loss to New Orleans. The interception came on the Saints' first possession when Davis hauled in a deep pass from Taysom Hill intended for Tedd Ginn Jr. It was the first pick of the season for Davis -- who also leads the team with 80 tackles this season -- although Pittsburgh would likely prefer someone other than a defensive back have that honor. The Steelers failed to force a turnover in their previous game this season against the Bengals, whom they face in Week 17.
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  • Steelers' Sean Davis: Dealing with knee injury

    Davis was a non-participant at Wednesday's practice due to a knee injury. Davis played all 67 defensive snaps in last Sunday's loss to the Raiders but apparently didn't escape the game unscathed. The specifics of the injury remain unclear, but the 25-year-old will likely need to practice fully by Friday if he is to avoid an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Patriots.
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  • Steelers' Sean Davis: Equals season-high production

    Davis had nine tackles (six solo) and a pass defensed in Sunday's 33-30 loss to the Chargers. The effort tied Davis' highest tackle total of the season, which he also reached Week 9 against the Ravens. The 25-year-old has 64 tackles (48 solo) through 12 games and is without an interception or a sack.
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  • Steelers' Sean Davis: Team-high 12 tackles in playoff loss

    Davis totaled 12 tackles (nine solo) in Sunday's 45-42 AFC divisional round loss to Jacksonville. Davis matched his career-best for tackles in a game, but the defense had its worst outing at the worst time. Jacksonville scored 45 points, the most by an opponent all season, and the most since 2013 (New England, 55).
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  • Steelers' Sean Davis: Leads team with 10 tackles

    Davis recorded 10 tackles (seven solo) in Pittsburgh's 27-24 loss to New England on Sunday. For the second straight game, both without Ryan Shazier (spine), Davis led the defense in tackles. Although he has been a dominating force in those two games, the Steelers would prefer that the leading tackler not be part of their secondary. They'll look to get back to their winning ways in Week 15 against the struggling Texans.
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  • Steelers' Sean Davis: Grabs first interception in win

    Davis had three tackles (two solo) and an interception in Thursday's 40-17 win over the Titans. The defense came up with huge plays all game, including four interceptions despite injuries to two starters in the secondary. They also sacked Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota five times.
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  • Steelers' Sean Davis: Active Sunday

    Davis (ankle) is active for Sunday's game against Baltimore, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports. Davis was limited in practice Friday, leading to his questionable status heading into Week 4. He'll be expected to start, with J.J. WIlcox or Robert Golden starting at the other safety spot in place of Mike Mitchell (hamstring).
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  • Steelers' Sean Davis: Defensive leader in OT win

    Davis had a team-high nine tackles (eight solo), including a sack and a fumble recovery in the Steelers' overtime win against the Browns on Sunday. This was another solid effort by the rookie safety, helping to lead Pittsburgh to their seventh straight victory after a 4-5 start. Davis finished the season with 70 tackles (55 solo), including 1.5 sacks and two interceptions.
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  • Steelers' Sean Davis: Leads team with seven tackles

    Davis had a team-high seven tackles (six solo) in Pittsburgh's 34-3 loss to Philadelphia on Sunday. The rookie safety now has 12 tackles on the season, but this was a disappointing effort overall for the defense. For the first time this season, the Steelers failed to force a turnover and, even more troubling, is the fact that they were unable to record a sack for the second time in their first three games, ranking them last in the league with just one sack this season.
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