Could James Davis Become a Star for the Cleveland Browns In 2010?

April 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Cleveland Browns second-year running back James Davis had what would be described as more of a redshirt rookie in his 2009 season due to a shoulder injury that ended his season after Week Five.
After a very promising preseason, where Davis ran for 116 yards and an 81-yard touchdown run against the Lions, Davis never really got a fair shot, buried on the depth chart behind both Jamal Lewis and Jerome Harrison.
With a concussion ending Lewis's season (and career) in the middle of the season, Davis could have had a chance to shine if he didn't get injured, but that was not the case.
Fast-forward to today and Davis has told the media that he is not only 100 percent, but he is also stronger than he has ever been and he is ready to try his rookie season take-two.
Davis's star really needs to shine brightly in 2010, especially with a new front office in place that had nothing to do with drafting him one year ago.
This is not the first time Davis has faced adversity. ...

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