Austin Davis (7) for the Cleveland Browns against Baltimore on Nov. 30, 2015. That was the last season in which the veteran quarterback quarterback appeared in a game. The Seahawks signed Davis on Monday to be the veteran backup to Russell Wilson they’ve been seeking.
Austin Davis (7) for the Cleveland Browns against Baltimore on Nov. 30, 2015. That was the last season in which the veteran quarterback quarterback appeared in a game. The Seahawks signed Davis on Monday to be the veteran backup to Russell Wilson they’ve been seeking. Ron Schwane AP
Austin Davis (7) for the Cleveland Browns against Baltimore on Nov. 30, 2015. That was the last season in which the veteran quarterback quarterback appeared in a game. The Seahawks signed Davis on Monday to be the veteran backup to Russell Wilson they’ve been seeking. Ron Schwane AP
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