Former Georgia linebacker Thomas Davis could be in some trouble with the NFL commissioner’s office on Monday.
Davis drilled Packers wide receiver Davante Adams with a blindside helmet-to-helmet hit during the game Sunday between Green Bay and the Carolina Panthers.
Here’s a look:
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That’s a brutal hit from Davis, who could be facing a suspension and a substantial fine.
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who threw the pass that resulted in an interception on this play, said he expects the NFL to “deal with” Davis and called him a “repeat offender,” according to the Charlotte Observer.
Following a three-year career in Athens, Davis was picked in the first round of the 2005 NFL Draft by Carolina. He has spent his entire career with the franchise.