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Fantasy News

  • Commanders' Jamin Davis: Easing back from knee procedure

    Davis underwent a clean-up procedure on his knee earlier this offseason and will be limited to participating in walk-through drills during OTAs, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. Davis ended the 2022 season on injured reserve after hurting his knee in a Week 17 loss to Dallas. The 24-year-old finished his second season in the league with 104 tackles, three sacks and two fumble recoveries in 16 games. He'll aim to be back to full health for the start of training camp.
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  • Commanders' Jamin Davis: Shifted to IR

    The Commanders placed Davis (knee) on injured reserve Saturday. Davis apparently suffered a knee injury during the Week 17 loss to Cleveland, as he was previously considered questionable to play in Sunday's regular-season finale against the Cowboys. While the nature of this issue is still unclear, the second-year linebacker will now finish the 2022 campaign on IR. Davis logged 104 tackles, three sacks and a pass defended across 16 games this season, so his absence will leave Washington's injury-riddled linebacker corps with three available players between Milo Eifler, David Mayo and Khaleke Hudson.
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  • Commanders' Jamin Davis: Dealing with knee injury

    Davis (knee) is questionable to play Sunday versus the Cowboys, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. Davis led the team in tackles last week versus the Browns, but he appears to have left the contest a little worse for wear, picking up a knee injury in the loss. If the linebacker is unable to go in Week 18, Khaleke Hudson could step into a starting role at outside linebacker in the the Commanders' season finale.
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  • Commanders' Jamin Davis: Paces tackling in loss

    Davis record nine tackles (six solo) in Sunday's 24-10 defeat against the Browns. Davis kept up his prominent role as a tackler over the middle of Washington's defense, as he continued to play every defensive snap Week 17. The second-year linebacker opened the season in a rotational role, though he stepped up as the team's primary off-ball linebacker after Cole Holcomb picked up a season-ending foot injury ahead of Week 8. As a result, Davis has emerged as the team's leading tackler with 104 on the season, and he has now logged at least eight tackles in each of the last five games. Expect Davis to once again play a prominent role Week 18 against Dallas.
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  • Commanders' Jamin Davis: Ready for Sunday

    Davis (thumb) logged a full practice Wednesday, Sam Fortier of The Washington Post reports. Davis underwent a procedure on his thumb at some point during the team's Week 14 bye. Whatever the issue was, the second-year pro has recovered quickly and should take the field Sunday against the Giants.
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  • Commanders' Jamin Davis: Double-digit stops in win

    Davis registered 10 tackles (six solo) in Sunday's 19-13 victory versus the Falcons. Davis set a new season high in tackles while playing every defensive snap for the fourth time in the past five games. The 2021 first-round pick also made an immediate impact Week 12, as he logged five stops on Atlanta's opening drive of the game. Davis has now recorded 35 tackles, one pass defended and one fumble recovery over the last five weeks, and he should continue to see increased playing time after starting middle linebacker Cole Holcomb (foot) was placed on injured reserve Friday.
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  • Commanders' Jamin Davis: Season-high nine stops

    Davis recorded nine tackles (five solo) and a fumble recovery during Sunday's 32-21 win over the Eagles. Davis logged a team high in tackles during this terrific performance for Washington's defense. The linebacker nearly picked up a scoop-and-score fumble early in the fourth quarter, though this recovery was ultimately called back to the Philadelphia 34-yard line upon further review. Davis also played every defensive snap for the second time in the past three games, and he'll likely play an every-down role if team-leading tackler Cole Holcomb (foot) sits out for the fourth straight game this coming Sunday against Houston.
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  • Commanders' Jamin Davis: Six stops Sunday

    Davis recorded six tackles (five solo), including one tackle for loss, during Sunday's 17-16 win versus the Colts. The 2021 first-round pick played every defensive snap for the first this season with fellow linebacker Cole Holcomb (foot) sidelined Sunday. As a result, Davis logged six tackles for the third time over his eight contests in 2022, and he should continue to wrack up consistent stat lines while playing in a starting role this season.
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  • Commanders' Jamin Davis: Two sacks in loss

    Davis recorded six tackles (five solo) and two sacks in Sunday's 24-8 loss to the Eagles. Davis notched a season high in tackles Sunday and has totaled three sacks over the last two games. As a rookie, the 2021 first-round pick managed 76 stops and one sack across 16 appearances (559 defensive snaps), but he's seized a much larger role to start the 2022 campaign and could easily been in store for a career year if he stays healthy.
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  • Football Team's Jamin Davis: Not on injury report

    Davis (illness) isn't listed on the injury report for Thursday's practice session. Davis was inactive for Sunday's game against Dallas due to an illness, but he wasn't limited by the issue during the team's first practice session of the week. He'll likely be available to start Sunday against Philadelphia.
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  • Football Team's Jamin Davis: Ready to play Sunday

    Davis (concussion) is active for Sunday's game against the Cowboys, John Keim of reports. Washington listed Davis as questionable heading into the weekend even though he practiced fully Friday, but he was apparently able to get the green light from an independent neurologist in order to play, the final step of the NFL's five-step concussion protocol. The rookie thus looks on track to start at middle linebacker, coming off a Week 13 outing against the Raiders in which he logged six tackles while playing 91 percent of the defensive snaps.
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  • Football Team's Jamin Davis: Notches six tackles in victory

    Davis recorded six tackles (five solo) in a 29-19 win over Tampa Bay on Sunday. Davis' six tackles brings his season total to 40. The 19th overall selection of the 2021 Draft has had a solid, yet unspectacular campaign, at least statistically. He'll try to continue building his presence on the Washington defense in Week 11 against the Panthers.
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  • Football Team's Jamin Davis: Getting reps at MLB

    Davis played a lot of middle linebacker during Wednesday's practice, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. With Jon Bostic comfortable playing either MLB or weak-side 'backer, Washington figures to give its first-round pick a look in both spots. Davis was a late bloomer at Kentucky, but he had 103 tackles and three interceptions his senior season, before putting up a 4.47 40-yard dash and 42-inch vertical jump at his pro day. He instantly becomes one of the most athletic linebackers in the NFL, joining a defense that was already among the most talented in the league. That doesn't necessarily mean Davis will handle a three-down role or even a starting job, but he at least has a shot to earn it, working with the first-team defense right out of the gate. Coach Ron Rivera even mentioned Davis when he was asked about players who impressed him with retention of what they learned during the offseason program.
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