Giants' Tae Davis ready to slide into larger role
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By Mike Moraitis

New York Giants linebacker Tae Davis has quietly worked his way up the depth chart and could have a major role with the team in 2019.

Davis was signed by the Giants last year as an undrafted free agent out of Tennessee-Chattanooga and made the cut in 2018.

The 23-year-old played in 14 games in his rookie season, but started in just four. He did make the most of his playing time, as Davis totaled two sacks, four QB Hits and 33 combined tackles.

Davis has now gone from undrafted last season to playing with the ones this offseason. It has been quite the progression for the 6-foot-1, 241-pound linebacker.

“Coming in last year, I was pretty unknown, there were a few things I knew I could do that the coaches wanted to see that I could do,” Davis told Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News. “And I’ve come a long way since then. And working with the ones is just a testament to my hard work and all the extra work I’ve been putting in on my own and with the other guys and the...



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