“Dolphins-Jaguars preseason game suspended after injury to Miami rookie WR Daewood Davis”
– The Dolphins and Jaguars agreed to cancel the remaining minutes of the preseason game after Dolphins rookie receiver Daewood Davis suffered an injury.
– The Dolphins posted an update on Davis via social media, with Coach Mike McDaniel expressing hope for a full recovery.
Daewood Davis, an undrafted free agent signed by the Dolphins, sustained an injury during the preseason game against the Jaguars. As a result, both teams made the decision to suspend the game with the Jaguars leading 31-18. The Dolphins provided an update on Davis’s condition through social media, expressing their hopes for a full recovery. Coach Mike McDaniel praised Davis’s positive spirit and magnetic personality, emphasizing the support he receives from his teammates.
Davis played college football at Oregon and Western Kentucky, where he had an impressive performance with 15 touchdowns and an average of 15.4 yards per catch during his final two seasons. Coach McDaniel affirmed that the decision to suspend the game was the right call, made in agreement with Jaguars coach Doug Pederson.
More information regarding Davis’s condition will be shared as it becomes available.