Detroit Lions
Position
WR
 
Jersey
81
Name  Rashied Davis
Born  7/24/1979
Height  5-9
Weight  187
College  San Jose State
5/6/2010 10:36:00 AM
Description: The Chicago Tribune reports Davis could compete for snaps as a slot receiver this season.
Insight: The Bears did not draft a wide receiver, so Davis' roster spot could be safe now. He is basically a special teamer at this point. (SportsBuff.com)
 
8/17/2009 4:25:00 PM
Description: According to the Chicago Sun Times, Davis is not expected to make the Bears' 53-man roster.
Insight: If he is released and finds a new NFL team, Davis still wouldn't have much fantasy value. (SportsBuff.com)
 
4/13/2009 4:03:00 PM
Description: Davis enjoyed his most productive pro season in 2008 with 35 receptions and 445 yards.
Insight: If Davis maintains his role as the No. 3 -- or even No. 2 receiver -- he should get a little production bump from the switch to Jay Cutler at quarterback. He might be in for a fight, though, if Cutler's college teammate Earl Bennett makes a push for more passing looks. (SportsBuff.com)
 
Hot11/2/2008 5:56:00 PM
Description: Davis caught his second TD in three weeks and hauled in five passes for 64 yards.
Insight: Davis is a bottom of the barrel receiver. If you were desperate in Week Nine, you received a pretty decent performance from a pretty decent receiver. Devin Hester gets the press, but Davis makes the catches. (SportsBuff.com)
 
Hot10/12/2008 3:41:00 PM
Description: Davis had another solid game. He made four catches for 41 yards and a late game TD.
Insight: Davis now has ten catches over the last two weeks. While Brandon Lloyd is out, he makes for a decent flex play if you are caught with too many players on the bye. (SportsBuff.com)
 
Hot10/5/2008 3:42:00 PM
Description: With Brandon Lloyd out, Davis was the featured receiver for the Bears. He caught six balls for 97 yards.
Insight: Davis had just nine catches in the first four games, so this was a really nice game for him. He'll go back to a reserve if Lloyd comes back, but he is a Bear receiver to keep an eye (if you not averse to that sort of thing). (SportsBuff.com)