Davis (ankle) reached an injury settlement with the Rams on Tuesday, Lindsey Thiry of ESPN.com reports.
Davis would have spent the entire season on the Rams' injured reserve had both parties not reached an injury settlement. He will now be free to find a new landing spot once his health is up to par.
Davis (ankle) was placed on the Rams' injured reserve Friday, Lindsey Thiry of ESPN.com reports.
Davis signed with the Rams just before training camp after playing all 16 games with the Bills last season. He was hoping to earn a role in the defensive line rotation, but his ankle injury will force him to watch the 2018 season from the sidelines.
Davis signed with the Rams on Tuesday, Mike Kaye of FirstCoastNews.com reports.
Davis was most recently let go by the Bills back in March after playing in all 16 regular-season games for the team last year. The Rams currently have plenty of depth on the defensive line, so even if Davis were to make the final roster, he'd likely be no more than a backup option.
Davis was released by the Bills on Friday, Sal Capaccio of WGR Sports Radio 550 reports.
Davis played in all 16 games for the Bills in 2017, registering 26 tackles, including three sacks. Despite being reasonably productive with limited snaps, he was little more than a backup for the team and was slated to maintain that role in 2018. Now a free agent, he'll look to catch on elsewhere, although he'll likely be hard-pressed to find a starting opportunity.
Davis recorded six tackles (four solo) and one sack in Sunday's win over the Dolphins.
Davis was a menace on the field Sunday, recording a season high in tackles. He now has a sack in each of the past two contests, a streak he'll look to keep alive this Sunday against the Patriots.
Davis will start Sunday's game at Atlanta in place of an injured Shaq Lawson.
We don't think Davis will see a full log of plays like a normal starter would, as Lorenzo Alexander can be used to rush the passer on downs he'd normally sit. Still, it's a nice development for the journeyman Davis, who's now with his third NFL team.
Davis (concussion) has returned to taking reps with the second-team defense, Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com reports.
Davis had been in the concussion protocol for nearly a week before returning Friday. He figures to continue battling Shaq Lawson and Eddie Yarbrough for defensive snaps as the exhibition season moves forward.
Davis (concussion) did not practice Tuesday, Joe Buscaglia of 7 ABC Buffalo reports.
Davis will have to continue to waiting for his chance to battle Shaq Lawson and Eddie Yarbrough for defensive snaps. The Bills have their first preseason game Thursday against Minnesota.
Davis went down with a concussion at Friday's practice, Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com reports.
Davis spent the first four years of his career on the Jaguars before spending 2016 with the Cowboys. He currently projects to back up Jerry Hughes at defensive end heading into the season. Expect the Bills to exercise caution before bringing Davis back into contact situations.
Davis (knee) signed with the Bills on Monday.
Davis posted merely four tackles in nine games for the Cowboys last season, but the 28-year-old fits Buffalo's need for a 4-3 defensive end capable of providing depth up front.
Davis (knee) was placed on injured reserve Wednesday, Clarence Hill Jr of the Star-Telegram reports.
Davis exited Monday's win over the Lions due to the knee injury and will now have his season cut short as the Cowboys begin to look ahead to the playoffs. The team signed fellow defensive lineman Richard Ash off the Jaguars practice squad to replace Davis. The Cowboys are dealing with several injuries on the defensive line but will have a couple weeks to rest before the divisional round of the playoffs.
The Cowboys fear that Davis' (knee) injury could be serious, Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Davis was forced to exit Monday's win over the Lions after suffering the injury to his knee. It remains unclear what the specifics are but it could be enough to jeopardize his availability beyond just this week. Benson Mayowa and Randy Gregory would likely see some extra reps if Davis is forced to miss any time.
Davis (knee) has been ruled out for the remainder of Monday's game against the Lions, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.
Look for more updates on the severity of the knee injury to come later this week in practice. The Cowboys are now extra thin at defensive end, as Jack Crawford, Randy Gregory, and Benson Mayowa are the only healthy options for the remainder of the contest.
Davis suffered a knee injury in Monday's tilt with the Lions and is questionable to return, Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News reports.
Look for more updates to come once the defensive end returns from the locker room. Fellow lineman, Terrell McClain (ankle) is also questionable to return to the contest, leaving the Cowboy's defense very thin up front. Expect Randy Gregory and Benson Mayowa to see an expanded role should Davis be ruled out.
Davis (hamstring) will play in Sunday's game against the Steelers, David Helman of DallasCowboys.com reports.
Davis was limited earlier in the week due to the hamstring issue, but was able to return to full participation on Friday. He'll provide depth at defensive end for the Cowboys.
Davis (hamstring) is questionable to play Sunday against the Steelers.
Davis logged a full practice Friday after being limited both Wednesday and Thursday, so his status doesn't appear to be in any real danger. Nonetheless, his game status will be confirmed before kickoff.
Davis (hamstring) was inactive Sunday against the Browns, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Davis has now missed two games in a row, but remains without a timeline for a return.
Davis is out for Sunday's game against the Eagles due to a hamstring injury, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Davis' status for Sunday comes as no surprise after he sat out all of the team's practices this week. His absence will leave Dallas with little depth at defensive end behind starters Jack Crawford and Benson Mayowa.
Davis was signed by the Cowboys on Wednesday, Rob Phillips of DallasCowboys.com reports.
Davis was released by the Jaguars following the preseason, where he spent his first four seasons in the league and recorded 10 sacks over the past two years. He figures to provide depth as a pass-rusher off the edge for the Cowboys' defense, and with backup defensive end Charles Tapper (back) questionable for Week 2, Davis could see his first action of the season Sunday against the Redskins.
Davis was released by the Jaguars on Friday, Mike Kaye of First Coast News reports.
Davis projected to backup Dan Skuta at right outside linebacker, but Thurston Armbrister appears to have won that role. The 27-year-old played his first four seasons in Jacksonville.