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Mike Davis signed for one season with the Baltimore Ravens

barely 8 days after it was issued by Atlanta Falconswho freed up $2.5 million in cap space, mike davis has…

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barely 8 days after it was issued by Atlanta Falconswho freed up $2.5 million in cap space, mike davis has found a new home in the NFL, signing with Baltimore Ravens,

According to information provided by NFL Network, Davis, a veteran running back, signed for one season with the Ravens, thus giving him more depth and experience, in a position that last year for the franchise. Hard work was done.

Its main runner, JK Dobbins and Gus EdwardsIncredibly both suffered anterior cruciate ligament tear knee, so he is still in rehab, and may be ready before the 2022 season before training camps.

still got gas in the tank

Davis showed in 2021 that at the age of 29, he is still capable of producing at a decent level, excluding the count of 503 yards, his third best figure, with 3 touchdowns, on 138 carries, in 17 games. Played, running back star for the Falcons without playing.

For veteran running backs who have played for San Francisco, Seattle, Chicago, Carolina, Atlanta, and now Baltimore, it will compete with Dobbins, Edwards, and rookie draft picks Tyler Baddie of Missouri and NC State.

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With Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta taking care of the running game, it is now time to sort out Ariel, Jarvis Landry as a potential reinforcement following his departure to the Arizona Cardinals via the transfer of Marquis Brown. seemed strong. However, nothing has been confirmed yet.

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