Alex Brown is one of the more well-rounded D-ends in football, and yet the Chicago Bears succumbed…
Davis States His Case as a Starter
Although Rashied Davis seemed mildly surprised by the number of reporters waiting at his locker for a postgame interview, increased media attention might be something the soft-spoken wide receiver will need to deal with during the upcoming season. Davis made his mark against the San Francisco 49ers on Thursday night with two first-half touchdown catches, one a difficult 21-yard route through three defenders and the second a 7-yard reception on a slant – both from newly-ordained starting quarterback Kyle Orton. "Really, I'm counting my total for the night at two and a half touchdowns," Davis laughed, referring to a third attempt during which the ball was caught, then dropped, later in the first half...
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