Marcus Davis

Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 233
College: Virginia Tech
Birth Place: Virginia Beach, Virginia
Draft: Undrafted
  • Ex-Jets WR Jeremy Kerley bashes Chan Gailey
    Jets Wire

    Ex-Jets WR Jeremy Kerley bashes Chan Gailey

    After five seasons with the Jets, wide receiver Jeremy Kerley moved on to the San Francisco 49ers. However, there is still a bad taste in his mouth from his time in New York. Kerley and former Jets offensive coordinator Chan Gailey did not have the best relationship while the two were with the Jets. On Sirius XM radio, Kerley discussed the relationship. What changed a lot for me was in my fifth year, in New York, somebody telling me that, for whatever the reason was, I wasn’t good enough to play in that offense or I wasn’t a fit for that offense. And even though I knew I was, it still pissed me off to the point where I was just like, you know, what can I do to try to separate myself or stand

  • Reuters

    NFL-National Football League roundup

    The Oakland Raiders officially signed Derek Carr to a five-year, $125 million contract extension through the 2022 season, and the star quarterback said he "never chased the money." Carr confirmed Friday during a press conference announcing his extension that his deal was structured in order to leave the Raiders with enough money under the salary cap to extend other star players on the team. "We figured out a way to do it so that we have the opportunity to sign the other guys that I think are important to this organization," Carr told reporters. -- New York Jets owner Woody Johnson has been nominated by President Donald Trump to serve as U.S. ambassador to the United Kingdom.

  • Matt Slauson brings versatility and experience to the Chargers' offensive line
    Los Angeles Times

    Matt Slauson brings versatility and experience to the Chargers' offensive line

    Following one of the Chargers’ final minicamp practices of the summer, Matt Slauson found some shade and started to work through all the tape holding his gear in place. His ankles, wrists, fingers — there was more Scotch than skin, and the process looked tedious. But asked about the players who had the greatest impact on him, Slauson ran through a list of former teammates with ease. “Branden Moore, Nick Mangold, Alan Faneca, Damien Woody …” One by one, he named the players more experienced than he was when he walked through the door into the New York Jets’ offensive line meeting room after being picked in the sixth round of the 2009 draft. “Every day I think about those guys and what they taught