The San Antonio Brahmas continue to actively pursue players to add to their training camp roster as the Brahmas and the other UFL teams begin to hit the field for pre-season practicesThe UFL released a press release today showing that the Brahmas have signed Connor Davis to add to their depth on the offensive line.

The addition of Connor Davis to their Brahmas roster came on the same day the UFL released the training camp rosters for each UFL, including San Antonio. Davis is the second player to be signed by the Brahmas since players have reported to training camp in Arlington. The first player to be added to the Brahmas roster since the start of training camp was defensive back BoPete Keyes.

Before being signed to the Brahmas roster as an offensive lineman, most likely as an offensive tackle, Davis has been a blocking tight end. In 2019, Davis played in two games for the Birmingham Iron of the AAF and caught three passes for 41 yards. During the 2020 XFL season, Davis played in one game for the Saint Louis Battlehawks, and during the 2022 USFL season, he played for the Michigan Panthers and caught three passes for 25 yards.

During the 2020 and 2021 seasons, he spent time with the New York Jets, and in 2021 he also spent time with the Cleveland Browns. Davis was also previously signed by the Houston Roughnecks in 2024, but he has made his way to the Brahmas roster. Coming into training camp, the Brahmas had a total 75-man training camp roster, but with the addition of Keyes at defensive back and now Davis at offensive line, it appears the Brahmas roster is still in flux.

Davis is a 29-year-old, 6’8″, 260-pound native of Towson, Maryland, and he played college football at Stony Brook University from 2013 until 2017. While at Stony Brook, Davis played 41 games and had six catches for 41 yards as a tight end. As Davis officially moves from a blocking tight end to an offensive line position, it will be interesting to see if he can make the transition or if the Brahmas signed Davis as a camp body to fill their training camp roster.

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Aaron Sauter
Aaron Sauter is a 23-veteran high school football coach that is also an fan of all levels of football. He is especially interested in alternative football leagues like the CFL, UFL, and IFL. Aaron enjoys analyzing innovative schemes on offense and defense during his free time.

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