Jaguars Make Major Move: Gabe Davis Signs $39 Million Deal with Jacksonville!

Jacksonville, Florida – The Jacksonville Jaguars have made a significant move in the NFL free agency market by signing wide receiver Gabe Davis to a lucrative three-year, $39 million contract, with $11 million guaranteed at signing. This acquisition marks an important step for the Jaguars as they aim to strengthen their offensive lineup for the upcoming season.

Davis, who previously played for the Buffalo Bills, demonstrated his value as a key player on the team. Despite some inconsistencies in his performance, he showcased his skills in crucial games and established himself as a reliable run blocker at the receiver position. In the 2023 season, Davis recorded 45 receptions for 746 yards and seven touchdowns, prompting him to consider his options in free agency.

At 25 years old, Davis had his best statistical season in 2022, with 836 receiving yards on 48 receptions. His standout performance came in a postseason game against the Kansas City Chiefs, where he caught eight passes for 201 yards and four touchdowns. Despite facing challenges in connecting with quarterback Josh Allen, especially on deep throws, Davis managed to maintain an impressive average of 17.3 yards per catch since being drafted in 2020.

The Buffalo Bills’ general manager, Brandon Beane, acknowledged Davis’ talent and contribution to the team, highlighting his potential as a valuable player in the league. As Davis embarks on this new chapter with the Jaguars, he is poised to continue his growth and impact on the field, potentially solidifying his position as a key asset to the team’s offense.