Claude Davis

#48LB,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 234
Born:
College: South Florida
Birth Place: Lakeland, Florida
Draft: Undrafted
  • Jets set to welcome first female coach for training camp internship
    Shutdown Corner

    Jets set to welcome first female coach for training camp internship

    The New York Jets are poised to make some franchise history this summer during training camp. According to the New York Daily News, the Jets have offered a coaching internship to Collette Smith, who will work with the defensive backs. Smith will be the first female coach for the team and just the third in the NFL, following Jen Welter, who interned with the Arizona Cardinals in 2015, and Kathryn Smith, who spent last season as a quality-control special teams assistant with the Buffalo Bills (she was not retained after the Bills fired Rex Ryan).

  • The 2017 Jets in one player: Total confidence in sea of red flags
    New York Post

    The 2017 Jets in one player: Total confidence in sea of red flags

    To date, Morris Claiborne might not have come close to touching the potential he had as the sixth-overall draft pick in 2012 by the Cowboys. You, however, would have a difficult time finding an NFL player with more resolve than the talented but star-crossed cornerback. Claiborne — whom the Jets signed to a one-year, $5 million contract in March — is nothing if not resilient. He has not blinked in the face of adversity, which is one of the virtues of playing his position, one that requires a short memory and supreme confidence — as preposterous as that confidence may seem to outsiders. That is why — despite the fact a laundry list of injuries has limited him to just 47 games in his five NFL seasons

  • The best moments from Jets OTAs
    SNY

    The best moments from Jets OTAs

    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. - He's been a disappointment on and off the field for most of the last two seasons, and he knows the Jets have tried their best to ship him somewhere else. Yet as the Jets begin preparing for the 2017 season, Sheldon Richardson is still on their roster. And the Jets believe -- or at least hope -- he's returning more motivated than ever before. "After just one day in OTAs, and watching him move around, this guy -- I shouldn't say (he has) a chip on his shoulder," said Jets defensive coordinator Kacy Rodgers. "I think he kind of has something to prove." That seems obvious given how the last two seasons have gone. He's been suspended twice -- four games in 2015 for violating the