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A look at the former Tar Heels trying to make it as rookies in the NFL
A total of six UNC alums tried their luck with the NFL during the 2016 NFL offseason: OG Landon Turner, LB Shakeel Rashad, WR Quinshad...

Detroit Lions Re-sign WR Quinshad Davis
The Detroit Lions announced today that they have signed WR Quinshad Davis. Davis re-joins the Lions after originally signing with the team as an undrafted...

Quinshad Davis Released by Detroit Lions
The Detroit Lions announced 10 cuts, bringing their roster down to 78 players. The team waived wide receiver Quinshad Davis, kicker Devon Bell, guard Chase...

How a Nerf football helped Lions WR Quinshad Davis develop his hands
James Davis took his young son outside the Berkeley Apartments in Gaffney, South Carolina, and made it clear: You want to learn to catch? OK,...

Rookie WR Quinshad Davis continues to make unexpected Lions roster case
Quinshad Davis has been impossible to miss during training camp, and a big part of that is his sheer size. At 6-foot-3 and 215 pounds,...

Could WR Quinshad Davis win a Detroit Lions roster spot?
Undrafted rookie Quinshad Davis is 6-feet-3, 218 pounds and the biggest receiver on the Detroit Lions. He got some run with the second-team in last...

Quinshad Davis is turning some heads at Lions camp
Quinshad Davis was one of Detroit's worst players during OTAs and minicamp. And he has been one of the team's most improved players in training...

Big Quinshad Davis hopes to fill void in Lions’ WR group
When he arrived for rookie minicamp, Quinshad Davis struggled more than some of the other receivers with the acclimation process, but with each practice, he’s...

Quinshad Davis a surprising playmaker early for Lions
Quinshad Davis' work came mostly during second-and-third team reps, but the undrafted free-agent receiver from North Carolina had a good day. In individual drills, he...

Video: Best Catches Of 2015 ACC Football Season
The ACC had its fair share of highlight reel plays last season, but the wide receivers may have stolen the show. Here are the ACC's...

UNC's Offense Aiming Higher
UNC's 17 team records set in 2015 include such achievements as points in a season (570), points per game in a season (40.7) and total...

Will UNC Have a 1,000 Yard Receiver in 2016?
UNC has not had a 1000 yard receiver during the Larry Fedora era. Eric Ebron came close in 2013 with 973 yards. Quinshad Davis in...

Who will be the ACC's 1,000-yard receivers in 2016?
4. Mack Hollins, North Carolina. If UNC is to build off last year’s Coastal division title, Hollins will likely take the next step after seasons...

ACC's biggest wild cards: Coastal Division
North Carolina WR Jordan Cunningham: It’s not that the Tar Heels are in need of yet another target in the passing game, but Cunningham —...

Quinshad Davis agrees to free-agent deal with Detroit Lions
Former Gaffney and UNC football star Quinshad Davis announced Saturday he’d accepted a free agent offer from the Detroit Lions after going undrafted. The 6-foot-4,...

Video: 2016 NFL Draft Prospects - Quinshad Davis, WR, North Carolina
Watch college highlights from NFL draft prospect Quinshad Davis, a wide receiver from North Carolina...

Video: UNC Football Pro Day Recap
Watch as North Carolina's Landon Turner, Shakeel Rashad, Romar Morris and Quinshad Davis, among others, work out for NFL scouts at Tar Heel Football's Pro...

The strongest position group for each top 25 team
18. North Carolina Tar Heels: Wide receiver - Yes, they're saying goodbye to stalwart Quinshad Davis, but the remaining cast, which includes Ryan Switzer (697...

Way-too-early 2016 ACC Football Power Rankings
4. North Carolina. The Tar Heels lose quarterback Marquise Williams, receiver Quinshad Davis and lineman Landon Turner, three of their best offensive players. But receiver...

Season Was Still a Success Despite the Final Two Losses
UNC won 11 games, a school record 11 in a row, beat Duke and NC State, rolled over Miami on Senior Day, went 8-0 in...

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