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Strike Fred Davis off the radar

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I was a proponent of this guy coming to Charlotte. I thought that he was getting his life back together and making football a priority. I believed that his career would have a resurgence. Apparently pot is worth more to him than a successful career.

 

 

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I can't say I would have cared to have him regardless, doesn't he get injured a good bit?

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I can't say I would have cared to have him regardless, doesn't he get injured a good bit?

 

Not really. He had a torn Achilles right when he was turning the corner as a consistent threat. His problem was (and is) substance abuse. Dude is fairly young and could have resumed a promising career, but he decided to be a dumbass.

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