The Chargers will be signing LB Thomas Davis, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. Davis joins a crowded LB corps that will continue to start Denzel Perryman after re-signing him. Jatavis Brown figures to return to a backup role. We'll see how 2019 rookie Kyzir White fits in. Davis turns 36 on March 22 but remained a full-time player after returning from his season-opening PED suspension. We'll see how the Chargers sort out the corps. They haven't favored playing any LB at 100% in recent seasons. Davis' departure could allow LB Shaq Thompson to regain full playing time in Carolina. He's in the final year of his rookie contract.
Panthers LB Thomas Davis sat out Wednesday's practice with a rib injury that knocked him out of Sunday's loss to the Saints. We'll keep an eye on his participation as the week progresses.
Panthers OLB Thomas Davis left Sunday's loss to the Falcons with a hamstring injury and did not return. He was seen riding a stationary bike on the sideline, so we doubt it's too serious an injury. But we'll look for a further update on his outlook this week.
Panthers LB Thomas Davis had surgery Monday to repair the right forearm fracture that knocked him out of Sunday's win over the Cardinals. The doesn't necessarily knock him out for the Super Bowl, though. "My understanding is if everything goes well it is something he can mostly certainly play with," Panthers coach Ron Rivera said Monday, according to The Associated Press. "So we are excited about that possibility." Davis' absence would take away 1 of Carolina's top playmakers, but that didn't seem to hurt the Panthers too much in their NFC title game beatdown.
Panthers OLB Thomas Davis had an MRI Monday for a pectoral injury that he suffered in Sunday's win over the Saints. We'll keep an eye out for the results to determine his status for Week 4 and beyond. Carolina has already missed Luke Kuechly the past 2 weeks because of a concussion.
Panthers LB Thomas Davis hyperextended his left knee in Sunday's win over the Bucs. HC Ron Rivera told the Charlotte Observer that he expects Davis to be limited in practice Wednesday but thinks he'll be ready for Sunday's game against the Browns. “We’ll see what this week holds,” Davis said. “I got a little time between now and Wednesday to get myself healthy and get myself out there. It’s one day at a time.” As long as Davis practices this week, you can keep him in your IDP plans for Week 16.
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