Rashied Davis

 Wide Receiver
 Height: 6'2
 Weight: 215
 College: San Jose State
CAREER STATS:
Career Stats Rushing Receiving  
 Year Team G Rsh Yds Avg Lng TD   Rec Yds Avg Lng TD  
 2012 Black Hills 14 0 0 0.0 0 0   1 10 10.0 10 0  
 2013 Black Hills 14 0 0 0.0 0 0   0 0 0.0 0 0  
 2014 Black Hills 14 0 0 0.0 0 0   4 45 11.3 21 0  
 2015 Chesapeake 14 0 0 0.0 0 0   40 414 10.4 23 3  
 2016 Chesapeake 14 0 0 0.0 0 0   45 533 11.8 43 2  
 2017 Chesapeake 14 0 0 0.0 0 0   33 545 16.5 68 5  
 2018 Chesapeake 14 0 0 0.0 0 0   46 795 17.3 93 4  
 2019 Chesapeake 14 0 0 0.0 0 0   47 834 17.7 48 4  
 2020 Chesapeake 14 0 0 0.0 0 0   49 894 18.2 82 1  
 2021 Lexington 14 0 0 0.0 0 0   37 480 13.0 38 2  
 2022 Lexington 14 0 0 0.0 0 0   54 619 11.5 48 5  
 2023 Lexington 14 0 0 0.0 0 0   41 475 11.6 26 1  
 12 Seasons 168 0 0 0.0 0 0 397 5,644 14.2 93 27

Career Stats Punt Returns Kick Returns  
 Year Team G PR FC Yds Avg Lng TD KR Yds Avg Lng TD  
 2012 Black Hills 14 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 10 168 16.8 48 0  
 2013 Black Hills 14 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 14 255 18.2 45 0  
 2014 Black Hills 14 2 0 11 5.5 6 0 6 138 23.0 39 0  
 2015 Chesapeake 14 20 4 251 12.6 38 0 6 90 15.0 26 0  
 2016 Chesapeake 14 38 1 624 16.4 87 2 3 50 16.7 19 0  
 2017 Chesapeake 14 39 0 417 10.7 63 0 9 154 17.1 26 0  
 2018 Chesapeake 14 39 1 665 17.5 89 2 1 15 15.0 15 0  
 2019 Chesapeake 14 52 1 694 13.3 87 1 3 27 9.0 19 0  
 2020 Chesapeake 14 42 3 575 13.7 68 0 3 58 19.3 20 0  
 2021 Lexington 14 31 4 454 14.6 55 0 5 104 20.8 25 0  
 2022 Lexington 14 36 0 489 13.6 48 0 7 82 11.7 21 0  
 2023 Lexington 14 36 0 582 16.2 40 0 5 63 12.6 20 0  
 12 Seasons 168 334 14 4,762 14.3 89 5 71 1,187 16.7 48 0

Career Stats Misc. Scoring  
 Year Team G TT Fum FR   TD Rsh Rec TD KR 2pt Points  
 2012 Black Hills 14 1 0 0   0 0 0 0 0 0 0  
 2013 Black Hills 14 3 0 0   0 0 0 0 0 0 0  
 2014 Black Hills 14 1 1 0   0 0 0 0 0 0 0  
 2015 Chesapeake 14 0 0 0   3 0 3 0 0 0 18  
 2016 Chesapeake 14 0 1 0   4 0 2 2 0 0 24  
 2017 Chesapeake 14 1 0 1   5 0 5 0 0 0 30  
 2018 Chesapeake 14 1 1 0   6 0 4 2 0 0 36  
 2019 Chesapeake 14 0 1 0   5 0 4 1 0 0 30  
 2020 Chesapeake 14 0 0 2   1 0 1 0 0 0 6  
 2021 Lexington 14 0 0 1   2 0 2 0 0 1 14  
 2022 Lexington 14 2 0 0   5 0 5 0 0 0 30  
 2023 Lexington 14 1 0 0   1 0 1 0 0 0 6  
 12 Seasons 168 10 4 4 32 0 27 5 0 1 194

PROFILE:

FIFL Experience: Drafted by Black Hills in the 2nd round (22nd overall) in the 2012 FIFL Draft.

Professional Experience: Prior to signing with the Bears, Davis spent nearly four years in the Arena Football League, playing as a wide receiver and cornerback for the San Jose SaberCats. His best years came in 2004 and 2005, in which Davis emerged as one of the teamís most productive players, posting a team leading 1,785 all-purpose yards. In 2005, Davis scored 44 touchdowns and 264 points as a return specialist and wide receiver. He caught 100 passes for 1,420 yards and 30 touchdowns, which was a franchise record, and also scored eight rushing touchdowns. Davisí feats earned him recognition as the teamís most valuable player and offensive player of the year.[2] Despite his success in the Arena Football League, Davis ventured into the National Football League in hopes of finding a new career. He tried out for the San Francisco 49ers, but failed to make the team. The Oakland Raiders planned to offer Davis a contract, but later retracted their offer.[1] The Chicago Bears finally signed Davis to a contract in 2005. He initially started his career as a cornerback, but was converted into a wide receiver with two interceptions before the 2006 season. Davis had to work very hard to adapt to the rigors of being an NFL wide receiver. Rex Grossman, then the team's starting quarterback, claimed Davis was one of the teamís hardest workers in the 2006 offseason.[3] Despite being overshadowed by more experienced wide receivers like Muhsin Muhammad, Bernard Berrian, and Mark Bradley, he proceeded to stun critics and skeptics by emerging as one of the Bearsí most productive assets in the 2006 preseason, including a 100-yard touchdown return on August 18, 2006. His preseason success earned him a spot on the Bears' starting roster, making him one of the three receivers in a regular three wide receiver set. During the 2006 season, Davis amassed 303 yards for two touchdowns on 22 receptions. He made many clutch receptions during the season; catching a game winning touchdown against the Minnesota Vikings during week three, and later an overtime reception that set up a game winning field goal in week fourteen against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Arguably, his most important catch came in the Divisional Round of the 2006 playoffs, when he caught another overtime pass that set up the gameís winning field goal, allowing the Bears to advance to the NFC Championship. After the Bears won the NFC Championship, Davis caught one pass for 2 yards and returned one kick for 15 yards in Super Bowl XLI. Davis only caught 17 passes during the 2007 season, and primarily played on the Bears special teams unit. A restricted free agent in the 2008 offseason, Davis signed his one-year, $1,927,000 tender offer on April 18. Davis caught a career high 35 passes, for 445 yards and 2 touchdowns. At one point during the 2008 season, the Bears were prepared to use Davis as a reserve cornerback due to several injuries in their secondary.[4] During the 2009 preseason, Davis was locked in fierce competition with Devin Aromashodu and Brandon Rideau for a spot on the team's final 53-man roster.[5] Despite only catching three passes during the entire preseason, Davis, a key special teams contributor, beat out Rideau for the final wide receiver spot.[6] Davis only recorded five receptions during the entire 2009 season, and spent most of his time on special teams. Davis continued to be a regular member of the Bears special teams in 2010.[1] He finished the 2010 season with nine receptions, for 84 yards and one touchdown. On July 29, 2011, Davis signed with the Detroit Lions, where he was expected to see most of his playing time on special teams while also adding depth at the wide receiver position.[7] During a 2011 game against the Green Bay Packers on Thanksgiving, Davis filled in at cornerback, as the Lions had suffered a rash of injuries in the secondary. It was the first time he had played the position since his time in the AFL. He finished the game with 2 tackles.[8] Davis finished the 2011 season with statistics recorded on offense (4 receptions, all for first downs), on defense (7 tackles), and on special teams ( 2 kick returns). On August 6, 2012, Davis signed a one-year contract with the Bears after Devin Thomas retired.[9] On August 29, Davis was waived by the team

College Experience: Davis was born in Los Angeles, California and attended John F. Kennedy High School in Granada Hills, California. Unlike most other football players on the team, Davis had not played organized football prior to his sophomore year in high school.[1] He did not start a single game in high school, and spent most of the time on the bench.[1] He later attended West Los Angeles College, where he played football as wide receiver and defensive back for the college's team. . He was the team's most productive player as a junior. He later finished his collegiate career at San Jose State. In 2002 he served as a graduate assistant at San Jose State, and also served as a running backs coach at West Valley College in Saratoga, California in 2004

Personal: He has a wife named Dianna, a daughter named Alanna Lilly, and a son named Eli Rashied. Davis also worked at a Best Buy in San Jose while playing for the SaberCats

 

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