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Davis came into the 2010 looking to build on a strong showing in the ’09 regular season finale. He played seven games and started one in 2010. On Oct. 17, 2010, against the St. Louis Rams, Davis caught his second touchdown pass of his NFL career, and first since Sept. 23, 2007. He caught 21 passes for 259 yards before the Chargers placed him on Reserve-Injured (groin) on Nov. 2, 2010.
Davis comes into 2010 looking to build on a strong showing in the '09 regular season finale. As a rookie, he showed he had the moxie to play in the NFL. Davis started his first-ever game on NBC's Sunday Night Football against the New England Patriots and a week later he caught his first NFL touchdown pass at Green Bay's Lambeau Field. Davis experienced a number of highs and lows while in college. The highs include a National Championship as a frosh in '03, while the lows include the destruction and devastation that ravaged the South when Hurricane Katrina hit just before his junior season was set to begin in '05.
Fourteen of Davis' family members stayed in his Baton Rouge apartment as their New Orleans homes were either badly damaged or destroyed by the hurricane. Following the devastation, Davis lent his time to the relief effort, unloading trucks and helping collect clothing donations. As things began to return to normal, Davis spent the summer before his senior season at LSU working with Peyton and Eli Manning at the annual Manning Passing Academy in Thibodaux, Louisiana. Davis’ hobbies include fishing, baseball, video games and watching old war movies.
TRANSACTION HISTORY: First-round choice by Chargers (30), April 28, 2007...signed five-year contract, July 25, 2007.
2010: Second-career TD catch (five yards) Oct. 17 at STL...
2009: INA Weeks 1-15 and Wild Card...played Jan. 3 vs. WAS.
2008: Three early 3rd-down grabs Wk 3 vs. NYJ on MNF helped est. 10-7 lead...DNP Wk 6 vs. NE...INA Wks 7-10 (groin)…put on “Reserve-Injured” Nov. 20.
2007: First-career start Wk 2 at NE...kept 3Q TD drive alive by drawing 37-yard PI penalty on 3rd-and-7…first-career TD catch (nine yards) Sept. 23 at Lambeau Field…set up first TD in Jan. 13 Divisional Playoffs at IND with 18-yard catch on 3rd down.
COLLEGE: Second-team All-SEC as senior…seventh all-time at LSU with 141 rec. and 2,107 yards…catch in 35-straight games to close career…redshirted in 2002…played at LSU from 2003-06…arts and sciences major.
PERSONAL: Born in New Orleans, Louisiana…All-America WR at Walker HS in New Orleans…caught 82 passes for 1,171 yards and 16 TDs in leading school to 4A state championship game as senior…runner up for state title as junior...lettered in baseball.
There’s no guarantee that any of the three remaining undrafted rookie receivers will earn a roster spot, but Seyi Ajirotutu, Richard Goodman and Jeremy Williams have reached the final evaluation period.
Norv Turner, Philip Rivers, Buster Davis, Mike Tolbert, Quentin Jammer, and Antonio Gates, speak to the media following the Chargers loss to the Seattle Seahawks