Dolphins claim Trevor Davis off of waivers
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Dolphins claim Trevor Davis off of waivers
Posted by Josh Alper on December 3, 2019, 4:34 PM EST

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Trevor Davis is moving on to his third team of the 2019 season.

Field Yates of ESPN reports that the Dolphins have claimed Davis off of waivers.

He was cut loose by the Raiders on Monday.

Davis’s departure from Oakland came a day after he fumbled a kickoff return in a loss to the Chiefs.

He joined the Raiders in a trade with the Packers for a 2020 sixth-round pick.

He caught seven passes for 83 yards, averaged 21.6 yards per kickoff return and 8.5 yards per punt return in seven games with the Raiders.

Jakeem Grant had been the Dolphins’ lead kickoff returner for most of the season, but he went on injured reserve last week.

WR Trevor Davis Age 26
6'1" Height
31" Arm Length
188 LBS. Weight
10" Hands

4.42 SEC 40 YD DASH Top Performer
38.5 INCH VERT JUMP Top Performer
6.60 SEC 3 CONE DRILL Top Performer
10.94 SEC 60 YARD SHUTTLE Top Performer

Quality return man specializing in kick­offs with two touchdowns under his belt while at Cal. Former high school long jumper and sprinter with build­up speed to challenge deep safeties from the hash.

Competitive runner after the catch with ability to make defenders miss and finish his runs with some authority.

Hands are adequate.

Track speed doesn't translate underneath. Needs runway to get going and can't hit jets out of his breaks for separation. Needs to improve hard vertical push to clear space for comebacks and outs. One­-speed, rounded routes need work. Struggles to release cleanly against quality press coverage.

Sources Tell Us
"He's a pretty good returner. I don't see him being drafted, but he could make a team as a return man and last receiver on the depth chart." -- NFC West scout

Bottom Line
Wiry catch-­and-­run specialist whose NFL value rests in his return ability. Davis could be a difficult sell because he's not an NFL­-ready receiver, but a big combine could create late-round interest or elevate his stock as a priority free agent.

Related Links
Davis among prospects who might be better pros than college players
Brandt: Official California pro day results
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