Andre' Davis

#11WR,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 195
Born:
College: Virginia Tech
Birth Place: Niskayuna, New York
Draft: 2002 2nd round (15th pick) by the
  • Scout believes free agent All Pro receiver will "more likely end up" with Patriots
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    Scout believes free agent All Pro receiver will "more likely end up" with Patriots

    The New England Patriots don’t have a clear need at wide receiver, but that won’t stop the annual “will head coach Bill Belichick acquire [favorite 30+ year old veteran wide receiver]?” reports from circulating. Instead of Arizona Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald joining the Patriots (that storyline is so December, 2016), a new 30-year-old receiver is linked to New England, according to Bleacher Report’s Mike Freeman: WR DeSean Jackson. “One scout believes Jackson will end up in either New England or Dallas, with the Patriots being the more likely choice,” Freeman writes. “This is just the scout's belief. The Patriots keep secrets better than the CIA, so no one really knows, but it could work. Belichick

  • Further proof that 49ers, Shanahan won’t draft a QB at No. 2
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    Further proof that 49ers, Shanahan won’t draft a QB at No. 2

    Kyle Shanahan won’t select a quarterback with the No. 2 pick, according to the man at the center of one of the most controversial draft choices in NFL history. Charley Casserly believes Shanahan, the 49ers’ rookie coach, will wait until later in the draft to grab a quarterback. (And, as the rumor mills have told us, he may have already added a long-term answer or stopgap via trade by then anyway.) Why? Because of Shanahan’s role in the Houston Texans’ decision to pass on USC running back Reggie Bush with the No. 1 pick in 2006. The franchise instead selected defensive end Mario Williams, which proved the correct move: Williams became a four-time All-Pro, while Bush has been a mediocre player

  • Eagles wise to bring Jason Peters back, even with full salary
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    Eagles wise to bring Jason Peters back, even with full salary

    We answered half of your questions in the first mailbag this week (see story).  But there are plenty more to go.  With free agency just around the corner, let's not waste any time jumping into today's questions:  I don't think so.  Yeah, moving on from Connor Barwin is going to be tough. He's a great guy and has been a tremendous asset in the community. His foundation is amazing. But on the field, his production dropped while his price tag soared. That's a problem.  Barwin has said publicly that he'd be willing to take a pay cut to stay in Philly. He's a smart guy and knew there's no way the Eagles are going to keep him around with an $8.35 million cap hit, especially when they can save $7.75