What happened to Gabriel Davis?

On May 8, 2020, Davis agreed to a four-year, $3.99 million deal with the Bills, which also included a $699,000 signing bonus.   He scored his first professional touchdown on a six-yard reception from Josh Allen in Week 2’s matchup with the Miami Dolphins.

Davis grabbed four catches the following week for a career-high 81 yards. Davis only caught one catch in week three, a touchdown pass from Josh Allen of 26 yards.

Davis had three receptions for 79 yards in Week 12’s 27-17 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers, including a 20-yard touchdown catch from teammate wide receiver Cole Beasley.



Gabriel Davis
Gabriel Davis

Overall, Davis had 35 receptions for 599 receiving yards and seven receiving touchdowns at the end of his rookie campaign.

As the Buffalo Bills defeated the Indianapolis Colts 27-24 in the Wild Card Round of the playoffs, Davis hauled in four passes for 85 yards, including two sideline catches that helped set up the second score. This was the team’s first playoff victory in 25 years.

Against the New York Jets in Week 10, Davis caught all three of his targets for a season-high 105 yards.

Davis played in 16 games in all of the 2021 season, four of which he started. In order for the Bills to conclude the regular season with an 11-6 record and win the AFC East for the second consecutive year, he had 35 receptions on 63 targets for 539 yards and six touchdowns.

He caught two passes for 41 yards and a score in Buffalo’s 47-17 upset of the New England Patriots in the Wild Card Round.

What happened to Gabriel Davis?

During the divisional-round game against the Ravens, Davis was injured in his ankle. He participated in the following game as normal.