Andra Davis
ILB #54
Live Oak, Fl
TOTAL 143 786 539 247 12 0 23 9 0 83 -- 30
2011 BUF 16 14 6 8 0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
2010 BUF 6 41 18 23 0 -- 1 1 0 11 11 11
2009 DEN 16 90 67 23 3.5 -- 3 -- -- -- -- --
2008 CLE 16 90 62 28 0 -- 3 1 0 4 4 4
2007 CLE 16 67 51 16 0 -- 3 -- -- -- -- --
2006 CLE 14 104 79 25 1 -- 1 2 0 19 9.5 19
2005 CLE 16 149 89 60 2 -- 3 1 0 14 14 14
2004 CLE 11 71 53 18 0.5 -- 3 3 0 35 11.7 30
2003 CLE 16 136 97 39 5 -- 6 -- -- -- -- --
2002 CLE 16 24 17 7 0 -- 0 1 0 0 -- 0

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PRO: Signed as an unrestricted free agent by the Bills on March 16, 2010… prior to joining
Buffalo, played last season (2009) with Denver after signing with the team on March 2,
2009…Originally entered the NFL in 2002 as a fifth-round draft pick (141st overall) by the
Cleveland Browns.

PRO: Signed as an unrestricted free agent by the Bills on March 16, 2010… prior to joining
Buffalo, played last season (2009) with Denver after signing with the team on March 2,
2009…Originally entered the NFL in 2002 as a fifth-round draft pick (141st overall) by the
Cleveland Browns.


• Has started at least 10 games for seven consecutive seasons
• Started all 16 games three times for his career, including in the 2008 campaign when he
finished second on the Browns with 134 tackles (72 solo)
• Totaled at least 100 tackles in a season five times for his career, including a personal best
199 stops (111 solo) with the Browns in 2005
• Registered at least 10 tackles in a game 39 times during his NFL career
• Tied a Browns single-game record with four sacks at KC (11/9/03), marking only the 25th
time an NFL linebacker posted a four-sack game since sacks became an official statistic
in 1982



  • vs. MIA (9/12):  Made his Buffalo Bills debut with eight tackles.
  • at GB (9/19):  Finished second on the team with seven tackles.  Also posted a forced fumble - his first since 2007.
  • at NE (9/26):  Led all linebackers with six tackles.
  • vs. NYJ (10/3):  Inactive
  • vs. JAX (10/10):  Produced his most active game as a Bill.  Posted an interception in the first quarter.  Bills converted the turnover into a field goal.  Play marked his ninth career interception and first with the Bills.  Also added 11 tackles including one for loss and a pass defensed.
  • at BAL (10/24):  Earned his 100th career start.  Led LBs with six tackles.
  • at KC (10/31):  Recorded three tackles.
  • at CHI (11/7):  Inactive.
  • Placed on injured reserve on November 8, 2010


2009: w/ Denver Broncos
• Led the Broncos with three tackles for a loss at CIN (9/13), including his first sack since
• Vs. CLE (9/20) had a team-high nine tackles, including two for a loss, against his former
• At BAL (11/1) was second on the club with nine tackles (8 solo) and recorded a
quarterback sack
• At WAS (11/15), recorded a season-high 12 tackles (7 solo) and a sack (7 yds.)



2008: w/ Cleveland Browns
• Started all 16 games for the third time in his career
• Placed second on the Browns with 134 tackles (72 solo) … Had one interception and four
pass breakups
• Posted six 10-tackle games


• Appeared in all 16 games (10 starts) … was third on the club with 104 tackles (65 solo),
four pass breakups, and one forced fumble
• Vs. PIT (9/9) in the season opener… posted a season-high 12 tackles (10 solo) in a start


• Started all 14 games played… had a team-high 133 tackles (75 solo), one sack, two
interceptions and five pass breakups
• Inactive for the final two games of the year due to a concussion
• Posted eight 10-tackle games, including six consecutive such efforts in games 9-14
• Had at least a share of the Browns’ tackles lead six times


• Started all 16 games for the second time in his career with the Browns
• Registered a career and team-high 199 tackles (111 solo), two sacks, one interception
and six pass breakups
• Led or tied for the Browns’ tackle lead 13 times and had at least 10 tackles in 12 of
Cleveland’s first 13 games
• At GB (9/18), posted a career-high 20 tackles (11 solo)
• Named AFC Defensive Player of the Week after recording 14 tackles (8 solo) and two
pass breakups vs. MIA (11/20)


• Started all 11 games he played, posting 89 tackles (57 solo), 0.5 sack, three interceptions
six pass breakups, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery
• Was second on the Browns in tackles when he was placed on Injured Reserve with a left
knee sprain (11/30)


• Had a team-high 170 tackles (116 solo), five sacks, five pass breakups and one forced
fumble in first season as starting middle linebacker
• Tied for seventh among AFC linebackers with five sacks
• Held at least a share of the team high in tackles seven time and topped double-digit
tackle totals on eight different occasions
• Tied a franchise single-game record with four sacks at KC (11/9) with his effort marking
the 25th time an NFL linebacker posted at least four sacks in a game since they became
an official statistic in 1982.


• Played all 16 games, totaling four tackles, one interception and one pass breakup
• Ranked second on the Browns with 19 tackles on special teams
• Saw time in Cleveland’s AFC Wild Card Game at PIT (1/5)


COLLEGE: Davis played 35 career games (23 starts) at Florida, totaling 232 tackles (154 solo),
five sacks, four forced fumbles, one interception and three fumble recoveries… Received firstteam
All-Southeastern Conference honors and was a semifinalist for the Butkus Award (nation’s
best linebacker) as a senior… Also picked up second-team All-America honors from The Sporting
News in his final year at Florida…. Majored in Recreation Program Delivery.


PERSONAL: Davis was a three-year starter at linebacker and fullback at Suwannee (Live Oak,
FL) High School… Earned SuperPrep All-America honors and was ranked among the nation’s top
15 linebackers… Ranked among the top 12 players overall in the state of Florida by SuperPrep
and among the top 10 linebackers in the SEC region by PrepStar… Named team captain for both
his football and basketball teams… Son of Vernon Keith Davis and Kaffa Virginia Owens… Davis
and his wife, Monique, have three daughters: Alisha, Amber, and Andrea.

COMMUNITY:  In 2010, Andra participated in an autograph signing as the spokesperson for the Verizon Wireless HopeLine cell phone collection program.  The HopeLine program provides wireless phones and funding to domestic violence agencies nationwide.  The phones are distributed to domestic violence survivors for use in an emergency and to help find housing, employment, childcare, etc.  The cell phone collection took place at the Buffalo Bills vs. Jacksonville Jaguars game with each fan that donated a phone received a poster featuring Andra.

Along with many of his teammates, Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo became a favorite place to visit for Andra.  Throughout the months of May, June and July, Bills players hosted a Cinco-de-Mayo party, Garden Stone Decorating parties and a Christmas in July party in the oncology and surgical floor playrooms.  Players not only participated in arts and crafts, they also visited with patients and their families, signed autographs and posed for pictures. 

Andra also participated in the 2010 Community Ticket Donation Program by donating 20 season tickets to the Wounded Warriors.  Over 200 people attended Buffalo Bills home games where they were also treated to food and beverage coupons compliments of Andra.

Andra supported his teammate Drayton Florence and the Drayton Florence Foundation by attending their Annual Holiday Shopping event.  Drayton adopted 29 children and took them shopping for gifts that were on their wish list.  Andra and many other players came out to support Drayton and helped the young men shop for gifts. 

Andra along with select coaches and players gave thanks during the holiday season and provided 75 frozen turkey meals to Valley Community Center in South Buffalo.  Each frozen meal was designed to feed a family of 15 people so with the help of Andra and his teammates, 1,125 people were full on Thanksgiving.  Many of the Bills players are touched by the amount of children in the Western New York community that are in need during the holiday season.  Andra along with other players and coaches adopted a group of students from the International Preparatory School at Grover to ensure they had a very Merry Christmas. 

Andra also hosted his Annual Football Camp in his hometown of Live Oaks, Florida.