Former Seahawks RB Mike Davis announces retirement from NFL

We could spend all day just naming old Seahawks running backs. So many great players have come through Seattle over the years. Not all of them have been superstars like Marshawn Lynch and Shaun Alexander, though. The team has also had a lot of underrated rushers who may hever have made a Pro Bowl roster but ran hard and became fan favorites as a result.

One great example is former Seahawks running back Mike Davis, who just announced his retirement from the NFL yesterday in a birthday post on Elon’s social contagion site.

Davis originally came into the league as a fourth-round pick by the San Francisco 49ers in the 2015 NFL draft. He spent two years in San Francisco, then joined the Seahawks for the 2017 season. He wound up playing 21 games in Seattle over the next two seasons, then Davis moved on and played for several more teams. He was out of the league this past season.

Later on, Davis came back and thanked people for the love.

All together Davis appeared in 87 games with six different teams, racking up a little over 2,000 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns

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