Vernon Davis

#85TE,
Yds
583
Y/G
36.4
TD
2
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 248
Born:
College: Maryland
Birth Place: Washington, District of Columbia
Draft: 2006 1st round (6th pick) by the
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    It's never been a talent issue for D.J. Swearinger. In college he made big plays and earned all conference honors playing in the SEC at South Carolina. He was drafted high by Houston, second round in 2013, and started 10 games his rookie season.  In his first two seasons with the Texans, Swearinger started 22 games and proved to be a playmaker. He logged three interceptions and more than 100 tackles. He looked like a possible long-term answer at safety, until he was uncermoniously cut after his second year. Reports showed Swearinger bucked at playing special teams. And over time, a reputation as a big - sometimes dirty - hitter emerged.  None of it helped Swearinger, who was signed by Tampa in