Redskins tight end Vernon Davis is entering his 13th year in the NFL. Last week, he was in town as part of The Abstract Athlete art exhibition at the Bon Secours Training Facility.
Even if he is months away from a return to meaningful football with the Washington Redskins, Vernon Davis was a big winner at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
“The curling!” he exclaims. “I watched it for three hours the other night.”
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Washington Redskins tight end Vernon Davis is one of eight finalist for the 2017 Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award.
Vernon Davis has been nominated for the fourth Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award, which will be selected based on current player vote and announced on Feb. 3, 2018.
There are a lot of tough positions to play in the NFL, but tight end might be the hardest. Not only do they have to block, but they also have to run routes and make difficult catches. For the past 12 years, Super Bowl champion and two time Pro Bowler Vernon Davis has been one […]
Davis is the oldest active player on a team that gets younger every year. His teammates often request his secret, and Davis begins his sermon with a simple answer: “Just take care of your body, man.”
Vernon Davis, a Washington D.C. native who currently plays tight end for the Washington Football team, recently sponsored a clothes give-a-way at a local charity that helps homeless youth. Davis shook hands, took pictures and selfies, and talked to young people at the event, Vernon’s Closet, Sept. 8 at Covenant House Washington in Southeast.
Redskins Tight End Vernon Davis sits down with former Redskins Quarterback Joe Theismann to talk about his role as a veteran leader of the team. Watch the interview here on Redskins.com