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Dominique Dion Davis (born July 17, 1989) is an American professional Canadian football
Canadian football
quarterback for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
of the Canadian Football League
Canadian Football League
(CFL). He was signed by the Atlanta Falcons as an undrafted free agent in 2012. Davis played college football at Boston College, Fort Scott Community College
Fort Scott Community College
and East Carolina University.

Contents

1 High school career 2 College career

2.1 Boston College 2.2 Fort Scott Community College 2.3 East Carolina University

3 Professional career

3.1 Atlanta Falcons 3.2 Tennessee Titans 3.3 Indianapolis Colts 3.4 Calgary Stampeders 3.5 Winnipeg Blue Bombers

4 Personal 5 References 6 External links

High school career[edit] Davis earned FSWA All-State Class 3A first-team honors as a senior quarterback and was an honorable mention as a junior. He threw for 2,758 yards and 28 touchdowns in 2006. He completed 16-of-33 passes for 271 yards and one touchdown in the Kathleen High School's regional semifinal loss to Hardee. He completed 136-of-227 passes for 1,659 yards and 11 touchdowns as a junior, leading Kathleen to a 10–3 record and the district title. He also competed on the school's basketball and track and field teams. College career[edit] Boston College[edit] After sitting out the 2007 season with Matt Ryan leading the Boston College Eagles, in his second season he and Chris Crane vied for the position of quarterback early on in the 2008 season. Dominique got his first snaps in a game against University of Central Florida following a poor showing by Crane. He also played in the following game against University of Rhode Island, but then was benched by head coach Jeff Jagodzinski as Crane solidified his position. Then in week 13 against Wake Forest Chris Crane went down in the second quarter and Dominique Davis
Dominique Davis
came in with a 13–0 lead. Davis played mediocre, fumbling twice as the Boston College
Boston College
defense kept the game close until the final minutes of the game. Then with less than 4 minutes left Davis completed a long 3rd down to WR Rich Gunnell to put BC into scoring range. Following a pass to WR Brandon Robinson, Davis capped the drive with a short run for the winning score. His first victory as a starter came on November 28, 2008. The 28–21 victory over the Maryland Terrapins clinched BC's spot in the 2008 ACC Championship Game. Fort Scott Community College[edit] Davis was suspended for academic reasons in June 2009 and decided to transfer.[1] On July 26 he announced his decision to transfer to Fort Scott Community College, where his plan was to play for one season before transferring back to a Division I program.[2] He chose to transfer to East Carolina University
East Carolina University
and enrolled in May 2010.[3] Davis helped lead Fort Scott Community College
Fort Scott Community College
to its first Jayhawk Conference championship since 1974, defeating Butler (Kansas) Community College in the final game of the regular season. Butler had won the previous eight Jayhawk Conference championships. It was the first time FSCC had beaten Butler since 1986. Two weeks later, in a rematch, Davis' FSCC team defeated Butler, 13–12, to give the Greyhounds their first-ever Region VI Playoff championship. The Greyhounds were given the No. 1 ranking in the national poll and were matched up against No. 2 Blinn College
Blinn College
(Texas) for the National Junior College Athletic Association
National Junior College Athletic Association
national championship in the Citizens Bank Bowl on the campus of Pittsburg State University. Blinn rallied from a 26–10 deficit in the second half to win the game 31–26 on an 84-yard punt return with 15 seconds remaining. Fort Scott's 11–1 final record was still its best since going undefeated (11–0) to win the 1970 national championship.[4] East Carolina University[edit] Davis transferred to East Carolina University
East Carolina University
for the 2010 season. In his first start with the Pirates, Davis completed 27 of 46 passes for 383 yards with 5 touchdowns and 1 interception. He also rushed for 29 yards with 1 TD. With five seconds remaining in regulation, Davis threw a 33-yard Hail Mary pass to Justin Jones in a 51–49 win over Tulsa.[5] Davis went on to pass for 3,967 yard and account for the third most touchdown passes (37) by a quarterback in the Football Bowl Subdivision and led the Pirates to a 6–7 record and a berth in the 2010 Military Bowl, losing 51–20. For the 2011 season Davis was named to the Manning Award, Maxwell Award, and Davey O'Brien Award watch lists. On October 22, 2011 the East Carolina quarterback did not throw an incomplete pass in the first half of the Pirates 38–35 victory[6] over the Navy Midshipmen. This gave Davis the NCAA record for most consecutive completions in one game held by Tee Martin of Tennessee in 1998.[7] Combining the 10 consecutive completions from the ECU's previous game against Memphis,[8] his 36 consecutive passes over two games eclipsed the previous overall consecutive completion record of 26 held by Aaron Rodgers of Cal in 2004.[9] This performance led Dominique to be selected by ESPN analysts as one of four finalists in the AT&T All-America Player of the Week for week 6 of the 2011 season. Davis is East Carolina's career leader in passing touchdowns. He is fifth on the school's all-time passing yards list. Professional career[edit]

Davis in 2013 with the Atlanta Falcons

Atlanta Falcons[edit] Davis signed a deal with the Atlanta Falcons
Atlanta Falcons
after going undrafted and reunited with his former teammate, Matt Ryan. Davis was named the third-string quarterback position, behind Ryan and Luke McCown. He was waived on June 19, 2014. Tennessee Titans[edit] Davis signed with the Tennessee Titans
Tennessee Titans
on August 26, 2014.[10] He was released three days later. Indianapolis Colts[edit] Davis signed with the Indianapolis Colts
Indianapolis Colts
on September 9, 2014.[11] He was released on October 21, 2014.[12] Calgary Stampeders[edit] Davis signed a contract with the Calgary Stampeders
Calgary Stampeders
on February 24, 2015. On June 20, 2015 Davis was released during the 2015 Calgary Stampeders Training Camp. Winnipeg Blue Bombers[edit] Davis signed a contract with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
on June 29, 2015. In his first two seasons in Winnipeg he played in only one game, completing 16 of 25 pass attempts for 169 yards. On January 4, 2017, Davis was signed to a contract extension by the Blue Bombers.[13] Personal[edit] His brother Desmond Clark
Desmond Clark
played tight end in the NFL for the Denver Broncos, Miami Dolphins
Miami Dolphins
and Chicago Bears
Chicago Bears
from 1999 through 2010. References[edit]

^ BC quarterback Davis to transfer Archived June 7, 2009, at the Wayback Machine., ESPN, June 2, 2009. ^ "Davis headed to community college". ESPN.com. 2009-07-26. Retrieved 2009-07-28.  ^ "Kohli, Dhoni and key bowlers rested for Nidahas Trophy". ESPN.com. 25 February 2018.  ^ "Blinn rallies in fourth to take national title". 7 December 2009.  ^ "Dominique Davis, Pirates plunder Tulsa". Boston Herald. September 6, 2010. Retrieved 2010-09-06.  ^ "Pirates Claim Road Thriller Over Navy, 38–35". ecupirates.com. October 22, 2011. Retrieved 2011-10-22.  ^ Jerry Hinnen (October 22, 2011). "ECU QB Davis sets consecutive completions record". CBS Sports. Archived from the original on July 22, 2012. Retrieved 2011-10-22.  ^ Mark Schalbach (October 22, 2011). "On The Mark: Record Breaking QBs". On The Mark - espn.com. Archived from the original on October 26, 2011. Retrieved 2011-10-22.  ^ Erick Smith (October 22, 2011). " Dominique Davis
Dominique Davis
sets NCAA record for consecutive completions". USA TODAY. Retrieved 2011-10-22.  ^ Titans, Tennessee (26 August 2014). "The #Titans have signed free agent QB Dominique Davis".  ^ Gantt, Darin. "Colts sign Dion Lewis and Chris Carter to active roster". Pro Football Talk. Retrieved 10 September 2014.  ^ White, R.J. "Colts add Jeff Demps, Konrad Reuland to practice squad". CBS Sports. Retrieved 21 October 2014.  ^ "Bombers re-sign QB Davis, WR Sheppard – Article – TSN". TSN. 2017-01-04. Retrieved 2017-01-05. 

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Active roster

0 Derek Jones 1 Darvin Adams 2 Matt Coates 3 Kevin Fogg 6 Dominique Davis 8 Chris Randle 9 Justin Medlock 13 Dan LeFevour 15 Matt Nichols 16 Taylor Loffler 20 Timothy Flanders 21 Brandon Alexander 22 Brian Walker 23 T. J. Heath 24 Mike Miller 25 Kahlen Branning 27 Robert Porter 31 Maurice Leggett 32 John Rush 33 Andrew Harris 34 Jesse Briggs 37 Christophe Normand 43 Trent Corney 44 Shayne Gauthier 45 Jovan Santos-Knox 46 Chad Rempel 50 Kyle Knox 51 Jermarcus Hardrick 52 Thomas Miles 53 Patrick Neufeld 54 Tristan Okpalaugo 56 Faith Ekakitie 57 Manase Foketi 59 Michael Couture 60 Travis Bond 61 Matthias Goossen 66 Stanley Bryant 67 Cory Johnson 69 Sukh Chungh 80 Drew Wolitarsky 84 Ryan Lankford 89 Clarence Denmark 92 Drake Nevis 94 Jackson Jeffcoat 95 Jake Thomas

1-game injured list

83 Julian Feoli-Gudino

6-game injured list

7 Weston Dressler 38 Ian Wild 55 Jamaal Westerman

Practice roster

5 L'Damian Washington 12 David Washington 18 Josh Straughan 19 Kyrie Wilson 26 Abubakarr Conteh 29 Darnell Walker Jr. 30 Jordan Bowman 35 Antoine Tharpe 48 Jevaris Jones 49 Shayon Green 64 Qadr Spooner 81 Chris Givens 88 Garry Brown 91 Ian Marouf

Suspended list

4 Roc Carmichael

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