Emanuel Davis retires from CFL
Emanuel Davis, the former Manteo High School football standout, announced his retirement after a six year career in the Canadian Football League.
According to the CFL, Davis said in a statement, “I’m honored to have been a part of such a wonderful organization and community. To my teammates, managers and coaches, thank you for the lifelong memories and friendships. To my parents, wife, family and friends, thank you for the continuous support, encouragement and inspiration.”
Davis, 31, appeared in 79 career CFL games with the Tiger-Cats (2013-17) and Calgary Stampeders (2018). During his career, he registered 246 tackles, 14 interceptions (four returned for touchdowns), 37 pass knockdowns, one sack, six forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries.
The Manteo native was named a CFL All-Star in 2015 and an East Division All-Star twice with the Tiger-Cats in 2015 and 2016. He won the 106th Grey Cup as a member of the Stampeders in 2018.
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