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03/20/17 - RB Knile Davis was signed to a one-year contract, adding depth at the position. Davis, the Kansas City Chiefs' third-round draft pick in 2013 out of Arkansas, has played in 57 games in his four NFL seasons. Davis, 25, spent the 2013-15 seasons with Kansas City before stints with the Green Bay Packers (two games) and Chiefs (nine games) in 2016.
11/07/16 - RB Knile Davis, who was signed on Saturday, got three carries and one pass reception, producing 17 offensive yards. This came despite the fact he had not been around the club since October 17 when he was traded to Green Bay.
"It's been a whirlwind, but I'm happy to be home and excited," said Davis. I'm glad we won today."
10/31/16 - RB Knile Davis, acquired in a trade wth Kansas City earlier this month, served as a backup behind undrafted rookie Don Jackson. Davis had the only two catches by Green Bay running backs for four yards
10/31/16 - RB Knile Davis was cut by the Packers Monday, a day after the Packers' 33-32 loss at the Atlanta Falcons. The release of Davis came less than two week after Green Bay acquired the fourth-year pro in a trade with the Kansas City Chiefs to bolster its depleted halfback position. Davis had just five carries for all of 5 yards and two catches for 4 yards in two games with the Packers, who won't have to part with a conditional seventh-round draft pick to Kansas City.
10/21/16 - RB Knile Davis played little in his Packers debut during the victory over the Bears on Thursday night. Davis, a fourth-year pro acquired in a trade with the Kansas City Chiefs on Tuesday, didn't contribute on offense until the third quarter. He had only two carries for one yard. Davis returned a kickoff for just 18 yards.