Published: Tue, December 19, 2017
Sport | By Fredrick Flores

National Football League suspends Thomas Davis for two games

National Football League suspends Thomas Davis for two games

If his suspension is upheld, Davis will be eligible to return to the team January 1.

On Sunday, Carolina Panthers LB Thomas Davis, a former Georgia star, blindsided Green Bay Packers WR Davante Adams after an interception.

After the Panthers intercepted Rodgers in the third quarter, Davis tracked down and obliterated Adams with a blindside collision, all while leading with his helmet and striking the Packers receiver above the shoulders. Suspended two games for another jarring, helmet-to-helmet hit on Adams, Trevathan appealed his ban down to just one game.

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ESPN.com reporter and Cover 2 contributer Rob Demovsky reports the hit will be reviewed by the National Football League for possible discipline. "And I think you have to look at the person".

Davis' prior history of illegal hits played into the decision to suspend him for two games. We put a lot of emphasis on trying to score on defense. On Monday, Twitter became his medium of choice to express his displeasure about the "head hunting" from Davis. Thompson said on Monday he was feeling better and hoped to play on Sunday against Tampa Bay, but there's a chance the Panthers could be without both starting outside linebackers if Davis has to serve the suspension.

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