Davis (illness) practiced in full Thursday, Rhiannon Walker of The Athletic reports.
Davis was held out of Wednesday's practice due to an illness, but it looks like he's now back to full health. The veteran looks set to handle his usual depth role against the Browns on Sunday.
Davis (calf) is officially active for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Rhiannon Walker of The Athletic reports.
Davis was listed as questionable coming into the contest despite being a full participant throughout practice this week. Now healthy, he'll add some much needed depth at linebacker for Sunday's contest.
Davis (calf) is questionable for Sunday's game versus the Cardinals, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.
Davis was a full participant in practice all week, so there shouldn't be much concern about his ability to make his season debut Sunday. If he indeed suits up, Davis will add veteran depth behind Shaun Dion Hamilton.
Davis (calf) practiced in full Wednesday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Davis didn't dress against the Eagles in Week 1, but he's healthy and practicing fully heading into Sunday's clash with the Cardinals.
Davis (calf) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Eagles.
Davis has missed back-to-back practices since beginning the week as a limited participant, so it's not surprising to see him ruled out. His next chance to take the field will come Week 2 in Arizona.
Davis (calf) did not practice Thursday, Rhiannon Walker of The Athletic reports.
Davis managed to practice in a limited capacity Wednesday, so his complete lack of activity Thursday represents a step in the wrong direction. The veteran linebacker's availability for Week 1 could come down to how much he's able to do during Friday's session.
Davis is "a bit banged up" according to defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio, Ben Standing of The Athletic reports.
It's difficult to assess the severity of the injury, especially when you're looking at a 37-year-old veteran leader at linebacker like Davis, but Wednesday's practice report should paint a much clearer picture about what's going on. Regardless, Davis isn't expected to see a full snap count with his new team, but instead take on a more rotational role behind third-year pro Shaun Dion Hamilton.
The Redskins signed Davis on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
After racking up 112 tackles for the Chargers in 2019, Davis will reunite with coach Ron Rivera, with whom he played under for the prior eight seasons in Carolina. Davis joins a crowded situation at linebacker, but his versatility should allow the soon-to-be 37-year-old to slot in wherever he is needed in the coming campaign.
The Chargers released Davis on Friday, Gilbert Manzano of The Orange County Register reports.
Davis is coming off an impressive bounceback season with the Chargers, having notched 112 tackles, one sack and two defended passes across 16 games, but his release provides the team with $5.25 million of much-needed relief against the salary cap. Entering his age-37 season, Davis will now look to bring his years of experience to another club.
Davis finished the 2019 season with 112 tackles, one sack and two passes defended.
It was a banner year for the 36-year-old, as Davis put together his best tackle numbers since 2013 and played in all 16 games for the first time since 2016. Davis signed a two-year contract with the Chargers this past offseason, and considering the veteran linebacker indicated he'd like to come back for his 14th professional season, it'd be a surprise to see the team move away from its surprisingly productive elder statesmen.
Davis recorded five tackles (three solo) in Sunday's 24-17 loss to the Raiders.
Davis has logged five or six tackles in all four of the Chargers' games since their Week 12 bye. If he can get 12 more in the final week of the year at Kansas City, he'll reach a new career high in his age-36 season.
Thomas recorded six tackles (five solo) in Sunday's 39-10 loss to the Vikings.
That's now the seventh time in Davis' 13-year career that the linebacker has recorded 100 or more tackles in a season. Davis intends to play in 2020 according to ESPN.com's Eric D. Williams, although it's possible the veteran linebacker might ultimately come back on a reduced contract considering he's slated to count $5.25 million against the cap next season.
Davis posted six tackles (three solo) in Sunday's win over the Jaguars.
The performance takes Davis over 100 tackles for the seventh time in his 14 seasons. He needs just 22 more to break his career high of 123.
Davis (knee) was a full participant in Thursday's practice.
Perhaps his limited participation the day prior was simply veteran maintenance for the 36-year-old. He should be able to play Week 13 at Denver, barring setbacks.
Davis (knee) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice.
Davis wasn't listed with an injury tag when he entered Los Angeles' bye week, but he's emerged nursing a knee issue. The veteran linebacker will have two more opportunities to increase his level of participation ahead of Sunday's tilt against the Broncos.
Davis piled together 12 tackles (six solo) in the 24-17 loss Monday to the Chiefs.
Davis now has back-to-back games in which he's recorded 10 or more tackles; a feat the veteran accomplished during the first two weeks of the season as well. Unlike Davis' first double-digit tackling spree, Denzel Perryman and Jatavis Brown were both healthy and active Monday, with the duo even collecting a combined 10 tackles on its own. Suffice to say, Davis appears to be trending must-own territory in IDP leagues, and should be a valuable option against the run-heavy Broncos following the team's Week 12 bye.
Davis recorded 11 tackles (six solo) in Thursday's 26-24 loss to the Raiders.
Denzel Perryman (knee) was active for this outing but didn't play, and Davis answered the call with his highest tackle count since Week 2 against the Lions. He comfortably leads the Chargers with 78 stops through 10 games, putting him on pace for his first 100-tackle season since 2016.
Davis registered seven tackles -- including one for a loss -- in the 24-17 loss Sunday to the Steelers.
The return of Denzel Perryman has cut into Davis' workload, as the ageless veteran has lost about 20 snaps per game compared to the opening three games to the season. As a result, Davis has completely fallen off the league leaderboard in tackles, picking up just 14 in Weeks 4-6 compared to 34 in the prior three weeks, relegating the 36-year-old to an IDP afterthought.
Davis (groin) is active for Sunday's game versus the Broncos.
Davis will avoid missing his first game of the season. He was a limited participant in practice all week, so it's unclear if the 36-year-old will have a decreased snap count after playing every defensive snap over the first three weeks.
Davis (groin) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Broncos.
Davis was able to practice in a limited fashion this week, so he'll likely be a true game-time decision. The 36-year-old played every defensive snap over the first three weeks, recording 34 tackles, and he added another four stops in limited action Week 4. Expect Davis' status to be settled when inactives are released Sunday at 2:35 p.m. ET.
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