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Thomas Davis on arm: I haven’t tried anything I can’t do yet

SAN JOSE, CA - FEBRUARY 01:  Thomas Davis #58 of the Carolina Panthers addresses the media at Super Bowl Opening Night Fueled by Gatorade at SAP Center on February 1, 2016 in San Jose, California.  (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images) Getty Images

The Panthers held a light practice on Monday before making their way to the SAP Center in San Jose for Super Bowl Opening Night and linebacker Thomas Davis was able to take part after having surgery on his right arm last week.

Davis said he “really felt good” during the practice and that he’s testing out different braces to wear on the arm during Sunday’s game. Davis reiterated that he has no doubt he’ll be on the field against the Broncos and doesn’t think he’ll have any limitations as a result of the brace or injury.

“I haven’t tried anything that I can’t do yet, but if I get to something, I’ll definitely let you know,” Davis said. “But right now, I’m able to do everything.”

Davis admitted he might feel differently about playing if he were in his first or second season, but that he knows he may never have another opportunity to play in a Super Bowl at this point in his career so it’s about “taking advantage of the moment right now.”

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9 Responses to “Thomas Davis on arm: I haven’t tried anything I can’t do yet”
  1. headwoundharry says: Feb 2, 2016 2:22 AM

    What an idiot. Talks big, gets press, and come Sunday, he will be a scratch.

  2. sariff420 says: Feb 2, 2016 2:29 AM

    Must be the hgh

  3. redeemerac says: Feb 2, 2016 6:28 AM


  4. levanderwilliams says: Feb 2, 2016 8:36 AM

    This guy is the definition of how NFL players should be.

  5. 23rdusernameused says: Feb 2, 2016 9:06 AM

    feel good story, coming back after all those ACL tears! I hope Davis Sr gets a ring! He deserves it for sure!

  6. ReligionIsForIdiots says: Feb 2, 2016 9:30 AM

    He will break when he feels the power of Louis Vasquez.

  7. marvsleezy says: Feb 2, 2016 10:13 AM

    Which bone in the arm is it and is it a clean break? Id love to see how bad it really is.

  8. stickyicky97 says: Feb 2, 2016 10:54 AM

    It’s the same type of break and arm Steve Smith had several years ago. He played 3 weeks after the break. It’s much easier coming back as a LB with the injury than a WR. TD will be fine. He is a pro’s pro, so he will not put himself on the field or in a situation if he hurts our team. I admire and love his toughness. #KeepPounding

  9. pafinfan72 says: Feb 2, 2016 11:20 AM

    Ask Bob Kuechenberg for some advice about playing with a steel rod in his arm…man up

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