The Cincinnati Europe insisted closer to drafting their entire Wednesday Wednesday. The team signed Deshaun Davis in the sixth round of his rookie contract, against Josh Alper from ProFootballTalk.com. Davis is now the sixth draft Europes to sign after taking his four-year standard deal.
With Davis in the fold, the Europes still have four rookies left, including their first pick attacks to fight with Jonah Williams. Davis was the side-lining outside Auburn, the 210th pick in last year's draft.
Three-year launcher for the Tigers, was a senior season at Davis. In 13 games, Davis managed 112 people, including 15 for loss and 3.5 sacks. All-year selection of the first team was last year, and it would probably have gone higher in the draft if it was not too small.
Davis is sure to be asked to keep an eye on special teams to spend his time on the roster. He is not a great athlete, but he was clearly able to do it against great competition in the SEC, so he should not be suspected.
Last year's defense was a major issue for the Europes, and they had a lot of turnover in this linear choir. Vontaze Burfict, the beginner for a long time, is no longer with the team, and Davis may wish to become a learner within the future if he shows well in the training camp.