Panthers LB Thomas Davis Says 2018 Will Be His Last Year

Panthers LB Thomas Davis Says 2018 Will Be His Last Year

Panthers LB Thomas Davis Says 2018 Will Be His Last Year

Davis' entire career has come with the Panthers organization.

Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis can see the handwriting on the wall regarding his reduced role, and as a result he reportedly said the 2018 season will be his last in the NFL.

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Davis missed all but nine games from 2009-2011 because he tore his ACL three times, but he has started all 78 games he has played over the past five seasons.

On Monday cleaning out his locker after the Panthers 31-26 Wild Card loss to New Orleans, Davis indicated he would be competing for playing time with Shaq Thompson in 2018. "Shaq [Thompson] has definitely earned the right, and when you look at [David] Mayo, he's coming along". "I had a huge setback early in the season with the rib injury that caused a lot of problems for me".

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In an interview with, Davis said he will hang up his cleats to spend more time with family. Davis also helped the Panthers to a berth in Super Bowl 50, playing in the game less than two weeks after having surgery on a broken forearm suffered in the NFC Championship Game. On Friday, Davis told the NFL Network's Brooke Cersosimo that 2018, his 14th season, would be his last.

Davis is a two-time Pro Bowler and the 2014-15 Walter Payton Man of the Year.

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Davis scored his first-career touchdown on a fumble recovery and return against the Arizona Cardinals in 2016.

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