OXNARD, Calif. – Keith Davis will obviously not concede his starting free safety job without a fight (and no, Keith, we don't mean a gunfight). After three practices, he's feeling no ill effects from having been shot. No problems physically or mentally. … or socially.
The Keith Davis Story will become a non-story much more quickly if the Cowboys safety will simply tell Dallas Police one true story and then stick with it. That's not me talking; that's the word we get from the cops.
TheRanchReport.com is closely monitoring new information that is expected to be released later today regarding Cowboys safety Keith Davis.
Shot twice in a drive-by shooting, Cowboys safety Keith Davis plans on being ready for training camp. The team reports to Oxnard, Calif. on Thursday with the first scheduled activity set for Friday.
They did it on "Dragnet.'' They did it on "Columbo.'' They do it on "Law & Order.''
It's the knack/habit/insistence of asking ONE MORE QUESTION. ... as someone needs to do now with Cowboys safety Keith Davis.
Dallas Cowboys safety Keith Davis was shot twice on a Dallas highway early Sunday and was hospitalized in stable condition after undergoing surgery to remove bullet fragments, the Associated Press reported Sunday evening.
It was the decision carrying a thousand implications. The Keith Davis retention should be applauded by Cowboys' faithful, especially as it relates to both depth and value. Yes, it carried financial implications the organization probably hoped to avoid, but even these dollars can be reallocated.