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  • Dolphins' Raekwon Davis: Sitting out Week 3

    Davis (knee) is listed as inactive for Sunday's game against the Bills. Davis' knee injury has been causing him trouble since the team's 2021 home opener. The 25-year-old managed to play in the first two matchups of his 2022 campaign, tallying seven tackles. With Davis sidelined, John Jenkins will likely see an increased role.
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  • Dolphins' Raekwon Davis: Playing Sunday

    Davis (knee) is active Sunday against the Patriots. Davis logged back-to-back limited practices Thursday and Friday, but he's feeling well enough to take the field. He'll work to help stop the Patriots ground game Sunday.
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  • Dolphins' Raekwon Davis: Iffy for Sunday

    Davis (knee) is questionable for Sunday's season opener against the Patriots, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. After not appearing on the injury report Wednesday, Davis logged back-to-back limited practices and now finds himself questionable for the season opener. If the third-year nose tackle is unable to suit up, John Jenkins and Zach Sieler would be likely candidates for increased roles against New England.
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  • Dolphins' Raekwon Davis: May practice this week

    Coach Brian Flores hopes Davis (knee) is able to return to practice this week, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. Davis has been sidelined since suffering the knee injury in the season opener, but he's eligible to return from injured reserve this week. The 24-year-old should receive the return designation once cleared to practice and will have 21 days to be activated to the roster from that point.
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  • Dolphins' Raekwon Davis: Questionable to return

    Davis is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Patriots due to a knee injury. Davis limped off the field in the first quarter of Sunday's season opener, and the team revealed that his departure was due to a knee issue. John Jenkins should see increased work on the defensive line if the 2020 second-rounder is unable to return.
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  • Dolphins' Raekwon Davis: Back to practicing in full

    Davis (shoulder) was a full participant during Thursday's session, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports. Davis exited late in Miami's Week 6 win over the Jets with a shoulder injury, though a Week 7 bye afforded the rookie extra recuperation time. The Alabama product is trending towards active status for Sunday's tilt against the Rams, which would keep him without a game missed on the year. So far in 2020, Davis has recorded seven totals tackles, though he's yet to notch his first career sack over 118 defensive snaps. Pass-rushing acumen wasn't a particularly notable part of his skill set for the Crimson Tide, as Davis had just one college season with more than 1.5 sacks (8.5 in 2017).
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  • Dolphins' Raekwon Davis: Increased workload on tap

    Coach Brian Flores said Thursday that Davis will see increased defensive snaps with Davon Godchaux (biceps) expected to miss three months, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports. Flores also said the rookie second-round pick, who only played 30 percent of defensive snaps Week 5, is "still trying to find his niche." The Dolphins' front seven as a whole is still working to consistently manufacture pressure, so Davis isn't yet worth serious consideration in IDP formats, but the Alabama product's development will warrant close monitoring. Davis' massive frame (6-foot-6, 311 pounds) could lead to consistent production as a run stopper if he were to start handling a full-time role.
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  • Dolphins' Raekwon Davis: Comes off COVID-19 list

    The Dolphins have activated Davis from their reserve/COVID-19 list. Davis, who the Dolphins took in the second round of the 2020 draft, is thus slated to move into a role on the team's revamped front seven. Per Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com, the Alabama product profiles as a good fit as a 3-4 end in Miami's defense, and at 6-foot-6, 311 pounds, Davis should also be able to make his mark as a run stopper.
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  • Dolphins' Raekwon Davis: Lands in South Beach

    The Dolphins selected Davis (ankle) in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft, 56th overall. Davis is the latest in a long line of Nick Saban-coached defensive linemen to come to the NFL from Alabama. At 6-foot-6 and 311 pounds, Davis is a mountain of a man who will fit nicely in the middle of the Miami defensive line. However, Davis struggled to find consistency at Alabama and had just three tackles for loss and 0.5 sacks in 12 starts as a senior, so Miami will have to work to get the most out of him. Sometimes his massive frame can hinder him as he's not explosive off the ball and linemen can get leverage under him.
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