DAVIS AT A GLANCE:
• A four-year linebacker who has seen action in a combined 25 regular-season games (4 starts) and four postseason contests with New Orleans (2014) and Denver (2014-15).
• Recorded 31 tackles (20 solo), two passes defensed, one fumble recovery and 12 special-teams stops in his first two NFL seasons.
• Posted 14 tackles (11 solo) and seven special-teams stops for Denver in 2015.
• Totaled 17 tackles (9 solo), two passes defensed and five special-teams tackles—all with Denver—in six games (2 starts) in 2014.
• Played 45 games for Sacramento State University and finished his collegiate career with 351 tackles (157 solo), 9.5 sacks (68 yds.), three interceptions (35 yds.), six passes defensed and one blocked kick.
• Left Sacramento State ranked second in school history with 351 tackles (157 solo).
• Assigned to the Broncos via waivers from New Orleans on Nov. 13, 2014.
• Entered the NFL with New Orleans as a college free agent on June 23, 2014.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by New Orleans as a college free agent 6/23/14; Waived by New Orleans 8/30/14; Signed by New Orleans (practice squad) 9/1/14; Waived by New Orleans 9/4/14; Signed by New Orleans (practice squad) 9/18/14; Signed by New Orleans (active roster) 10/18/14; Waived by New Orleans 10/20/14; Signed by New Orleans (practice squad) 10/22/14; Signed by New Orleans (active roster) 10/29/14; Waived by New Orleans 11/12/14; Claimed off waivers by Denver 11/13/14.
2015: Davis appeared in all 16 regular-season games (2 starts) and all three of Denver’s postseason contests, finishing with 14 tackles (11 solo) and seven special-teams stops... Recovered a fumble and a tackle on special teams at K.C. (9/17)... Led the team with a career-best three special-teams stops at Cle. (10/18)... Started and made four solo tackles vs. Oak. (12/13)... Played in Denver’s AFC Divisional Playoff Game vs. Pit. (1/17), in Denver’s AFC Championship Game vs. N.E. (1/24) and Denver’s Super Bowl 50 victory vs. Car. (2/7).
2014: Davis, who entered the NFL with New Orleans as a college free agent, appeared in a combined nine regular-season games (2 starts) for the Saints and Broncos... Played three games for the Saints and recorded three special-teams stops... Waived by New Orleans on Nov. 12 and was claimed by Denver on Nov. 13... Saw action in six contests (2 starts) with the Broncos, totaling 17 tackles (9 solo), two passes defensed and two special-teams stops... Made his Broncos debut vs. Mia. (11/23), playing 15 special-teams snaps and tallying a special-teams tackle... Recorded his first career defensive tackle at S.D. (12/14) and finished the game with four total stops (1 solo)... Made his first career start at middle linebacker on Monday Night Football at Cin. (12/22) and finished with a career-high seven tackles (3 solo)... Led the team with six tackles (5 solo) and recorded his first pass defensed vs. Oak. (12/28).
COLLEGE: Davis played 45 games at Sacramento State University and finished his collegiate career ranked second in school history with 351 tackles (157 solo) in addition to totaling 9.5 sacks (68 yds.), four forced fumbles, one fumble recovery, three interceptions (35 yds.), six passes defensed and one blocked kick… Appeared in 12 games as a senior and tallied a team-leading 131 tackles (54 solo), five sacks (36 yds.), two forced fumbles, two interceptions (34 yds.), four passes defensed and one blocked kick... Named a first-team All-Big Sky Conference selection and second-team All-America choice by The Sports Network following his senior year… Named second-team All-Big Sky and the team’s defensive MVP as a junior.
PERSONAL: Davis attended Paraclete High School in Lancaster, Calif., where he recorded 119 tackles and three sacks as a senior to earn first-team all-state honors.... Todd Davis was born on May 17, 1992, in Palmdale, Calif.
Broncos LB Todd Davis talks to BTV's Phil Milani as he's leaving work on Wednesday about his family, diet and car.
Phil Milani talks 1-on-1 with ILB Todd Davis about what he needs to do this offseason to get more reps on the field in 2016.
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