"I felt like a rooie all over again," Davenport said. "I had to be there like at 8 o'clock in the morning for makeup and clothing, and then I didn't shoot my scene until 5 or 6.
"All the main stars had trailers, and I was the only other cat that had a triler, so that was cool," he said.
Despite his desire to build a career as an actor as well as an athlete, Davenport has his Packer priorities in order. When fans see the halfback working in two-a-days during training camp, they'll know football ranks No. 1. He had to turn down a role in "Barbershop 2" to be in camp on time.
"It wasn't a big part, but it wasn't a cameo," Davenport said. "It ws going to be like a little small role."