Mike Singletary Says QB Nate Davis Nowhere Near Ready To Play

August 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

San Francisco 49ers fans are fascinated by quarterback Nate Davis and his physical tools. But, the growing love affair with the second-year passer won't extend to the regular season.
Just ask 49ers head coach Mike Singletary about the chance Davis will compete for playing time once the exhibition season ends.
"Right now, Nate Davis is working his tail off to try and learn this system," Singletary said after Davis played well in Sunday's win over the Minnesota Vikings.
So much for the quarterback's solid effort, that included a 65-yard completion to Ted Ginn, Jr.—where Davis threw a pass that traveled 65 yards in the air.
"In the offseason, that's when you take the time to get that done, and I'm not sure how hard he worked this offseason getting that done," Singletary said of Davis.
Veteran quarterback David Carr actually solidified his claim to the No. 2 job behind starter Alex Smith when the 49ers staff opted to keep him off the field completely again...

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