Wide receiver and return specialist Rashard Markese Davis is unsigned and available right now in American football. The man is 79 kg and 1.75 m tall. He played football there while he was a student and student-athlete at Charlottesville High School in Virginia. 2012 saw his high school graduation with honors. At James Madison University, he was a member of the James Madison Dukes football team.
He played in 12 games with one start in his first campaign in 2013, which was the year. He received two awards: CAA Special Teams Player of the Year and second-team All-FCS honors as an all-purpose player from the Associated Press. He became a free agency undrafted signing in August 2017 with the Philadelphia Eagles. 2017 September saw his release.
In October 2017, he was again signed. September 2018 saw his release. His signing to the Oakland Raiders practice squad occurred in November 2018. In January 2019, the Raiders and he agreed to a reserve/future contract. In April 2019, they released him. The Kansas City Chiefs acquired him in May 2019.
2019 August saw his release. On the Tennessee Titans’ practice squad in November of this year, Davis was signed. He later moved up to the active roster. May 2021 saw his release. He and the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League came to an agreement on a deal in September 2021. (CFL). The New York Jets acquired him in July 2022. August 16, 2022, saw his freedom.
Where did Rashard Davis go to high school?
Rashard Davis attended Charlottesville High School located in Virginia.