Packers doctors X-rayed his foot again on Friday, to determine if he needs more surgery. But the team doctors prescribed rest.
"Very intelligent player. Has learned his assignments," said Packers coach and general manager Mike Sherman. "Was challenged by our coaches, me. He seems to know what he's doing. Obviously, in this minicamp because of the metatarsal bone in his foot, we held him out. We feel like he'll have an opportunity in the June camp, which is five weeks away from today. If he's healthy at that time we'll use him. If he's not healthy we won't. But the doctors have ruled out surgery at this point. They feel like time will be his best ally and hopefully he'll improve and be be ready to play."
Davenport will be battling with Chris Gall for a backup spot behind William Henderson in training camp.