- Signed by the Detroit Lions November 7, 2011.
- Released by the Cowboys July 28, 2011.
- Signed by the Dallas Cowboys March 4, 2007.
- Placed on injured reserve by the Cardinals December 31, 2004.
- Placed on injured reserve by the Cardinals December 24, 2002.
- Drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in the first round (second overall) of the 2001 NFL Draft.
PRO: Three-time Pro Bowl selection from 2007-2009. Second team NFL All-Pro selection in 2007.
- Has played and started in 155 games during his career.
- One of the League’s most dominant run blockers.
- Nicknamed ‘BIGG’
- Played the bass in a heavy metal band with other Cowboys while playing in Dallas.
- His brother Charlie played professionally with the Pittsburgh Steelers, St. Louis Cardinals and Houston Gamblers.
Signed with Detroit November 7, 2011.
- Inactive at Chicago (11/13), vs. Carolina (11/20), vs. Green Bay (11/24), at New Orleans (12/4), vs. Minnesota (12/11), at Oakland (12/18) and vs. San Diego (12/24).
2010: Started all 16 games for the Cowboys.
- Helped block for Dallas quarterbacks Tony Romo and Jon Kitna, who combined to throw for nearly 4,200 yards.
- Paved the way for RB Felix Jones to rush for 800 yards on the season.
- Part of an offensive line that averaged 111.6 rushing yards per game and 252.6 passing yards per game.
2009: Started all 16 games and earned his third consecutive Pro Bowl berth.
- Helped the Cowboys finish second in the NFL in total offense, averaging 399.4 yards per game.
- Dallas gained 6,390 yards of offense to mark the most in team history.
- Cleared the way for back-to-back 200+ yard rushing games.
- Helped the club win its 17th NFC East Division title while paving the way for 179 rushing yards and 311 passing yards for 474 total yards of offense - upping their single-season club high of 400-yard games to eight against Philadelphia (1/3/10).
- The offense gained 6,390 total yards on the season to establish a single-season club record and mark the first time the club has topped 6,000 yards in a season.
2008: Earned his second consecutive Pro Bowl berth in 2008 as he started all 16 games at right guard for Dallas.
- Dallas’ passing game finished ninth in the NFL (fifth in the NFC) with 236.8 yards per game.
- In the win at Cleveland (9/7), the offensive line did not allow a sack as the offense rolled up 487 total yards- the highest yardage output on the road since 541 yards at Washington (9/12/99). The ground game picked up 167 yards with three touchdowns while Romo had time to complete 24-of-32 passes for 320 yards with one touchdown and one interception.
- Allowed time for Romo to throw for 312 yards to mark back-to-back 300-yard passing games in the home opening win against Philadelphia (9/15). Also did not allow a sack for the second consecutive week.
- Provided holes for a running game that finished with 217 total yards on 35 carries at Green Bay (9/21) - the most team rushing yards since 217 on 41 carries at Tennessee (10/1/06).
- The line did not allow a sack in 47 passing attempts against Washington (9/28) as Romo threw for 300 yards - his 13th career 300-yard passing game, tying him with Troy Aikman for the most in club history.
- In the overtime loss at Arizona (10/12), the line allowed time for Romo to throw for 300 yards for the 14th time of his career - the most by any Cowboys quarterback.
2007: Earned his first Pro Bowl selection after starting all 16 games at right guard.
- Was one of 13 Cowboys selected – setting a team and NFL record.
- Was also a second-team All-Pro selection by the Associated Press.
- Played a key role in one of the most prolific offensive seasons in club history, while helping the team to a club-record tying 13 victories and the first NFC East title for Dallas since 1998.
- The Dallas offense finished the season second in the NFL in scoring (first in the NFC) with an average of 28.4 points-per-game. The 455 points scored marked the second-most in club history behind the 1983 team (479 points).
- With an average of 365.7 yards-per-game, the Cowboys were third in the NFL (second in the NFC) in total offense.
- Helped the offense put up 431 total yards at Chicago (9/23) as the Cowboys produced a 100-yard rusher (Marion Barber), 100-yard receiver (Terrell Owens) and a 300-yard passer (Romo) for the first time in a game since an overtime win at Washington (9/12/99).
2006: Started 16 regular season games at left tackle for the Arizona Cardinals.
- Was the leader of a unit that helped Edgerrin James become the first 1,000-yard rusher for Arizona since Adrian Murrell in 1998.
- Helped James produce the Cardinals first individual 100-yard rushing game since 2004 when he ran for 115 yards at St. Louis (12/3).
- Then helped James rush for 115 yards the following week in a 27-21 win over Seattle (12/10). The Cardinals line did not allow a sack of quarterback Matt Leinart.
- Two weeks later, James gained 105 yards in a 26-20 win at San Francisco (12/24).
2005: Started the first 15 games at left tackle before a knee injury forced him to miss the final game of the season at Indianapolis (1/1/06).
- His blocking helped Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner complete a club-record 64.5 percent of his 375 pass attempts.
- The Cardinals finished with the NFL’s best passing offense for the first time in club history with 277.3 yards per-game and ranked eighth in the NFL in total offense with 348.4 yards-per-game.
2004: Made a successful switch to left tackle after playing guard his first three years in the NFL.
- Started 15 games at left tackle in 2004 under first-year Cardinals head coach Dennis Green.
- Arizona went 6-10, including 5-3 at home, giving the Cardinals a winning record at home for the first time since 1998.
- Helped the NFL’s all-time leading rusher, Emmitt Smith, rush for 937 yards and nine touchdowns in his final season. Smith finished his career with 18,355 rushing yards.
2003: Missed the preseason after breaking a bone in his right hand during training camp.
- Started the regular season at right guard in Detroit (9/7) marking the first time he had played right guard since the 2001 season finale at Washington (1/6/02).
- Blocking helped rookie WR Anquan Boldin set a rookie record for receptions with 101. Boldin also had 1,377 receiving yards.
2002: A preseason injury to starting right tackle Anthony Clement forced Davis to move to right tackle for the first time in his NFL career.
- Made first pro start at right tackle in the season opener at Washington (9/8).
- While playing tackle and his regular position, right guard, helped Marcel Shipp rush for 834 yards and 4.4 yards per carry.
2001: As a rookie, started 16 regular season games at right guard.
- Was a consensus All-Rookie selection despite suffering from back spasms late in the season.
- The Cardinals offensive line allowed just 29 sacks, the second-fewest in a 16-game season in Cardinals history. The 1978 Cardinals, which featured three Pro Bowlers – center Tom Banks, tackle Dan Dierdorf, and guard Bob Young – allowed 22 sacks.
COLLEGE: All-American tackle for the Longhorns as a senior.
- All-Big 12 Conference first-team selection as a senior. Second-team All-Big 12 as a junior.
- As a senior, he was a finalist for the Outland Trophy, given to the top lineman in college football.
- Started 21 of the Texas’ final 24 games in his career, including 20 straight.
- Played left tackle as a junior and senior.
- Participated in three bowl games.
- Began his career at Texas as a defensive lineman.
PERSONAL: Attended Wortham High School.
- Parade All-American as a senior.
- Lettered in basketball and track as well.
- Youth and community services major at Texas.
- He has 21 half-brothers and sister.
- Married in April 2004 to Amanda. They have two girls Meeya and Mariya.
- Celebrity host for the Arizona Epilepsy Foundation, Child Hope USA and Champions for Christ.