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Jordan Davis Mistreats a Player of the Philadelphia Eagles During an Open Practice!

If this exercise from a Philadelphia Eagles open practice is any indication, Jordan Davis has not skipped a beat in the weight room since joining the team.

A video of Davis shoving a teammate, Cameron Jurgens, back with such ease that it appeared as though the teammate was a blocking sled or a high schooler was shared on social media by an Eagles fan. According to the information available, Jurgens has a height of 6 feet 3 inches and a weight of 303 pounds.

Davis, who stands 6-foot-6 and weighs 340 pounds, was taken 13th overall in the NFL Draft in 2022, and it appears that the Eagles have a successful rookie season in store for him.

Davis recorded 32 tackles during his senior year at Georgia, including five tackles for a loss. He was also awarded the Outland Trophy, given to the college football player who is considered the best interior defensive lineman by the Football Writers of America.

During his four years at Georgia, in which he participated in 41 games, Davis recorded 90 tackles, 11.5 of which were for a loss, and seven sacks.

Davis continues his incredible career after emerging as a basketball-first three-star prospect from Charlotte, North Carolina.

According to the 247Sports Composite Rankings, he finished his senior year of high school ranked as the nation’s No. 29 overall defensive lineman and as the state of North Carolina’s No. 15 overall prospect for the class of 2018.

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