Browns WR Davion Davis suspended for two games

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It remains to be seen if wide receiver Davion Davis plays any games for the Browns in the regular season, but he certainly won’t be playing in the team’s first two games of the year.

The NFL announced on Tuesday that Davis has been suspended for the first two games of the 2021 season. Davis violated the league’s substance abuse policy.

Davis was arrested for DUI while he was a member of the Vikings in 2019 and he pleaded guilty to careless driving late last year.

Davis played two games with the Vikings in 2019, but did not catch a pass. He signed with the Browns in July and has seven catches for 101 yards and a touchdown in two preseason games.

He will be eligible to play in this week’s preseason finale, but won’t be able to practice or play once the suspension kicks in.

6 responses to “Browns WR Davion Davis suspended for two games

  1. The Browns don’t need that immature garbage. Davis would fit right into the Ravens culture, though.

  2. He’s actually looked really good, kind of shockingly so. I wonder what it means for roster status and if he can be shuffled to the practice squad.

  3. well, maybe this will keep other teams from grabbing him if the Browns want to waive him, then sign to practice squad. I’m not sure he was going to beat out Hodge anyway.

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