The Pittsburgh Steelers first padded training camp practice of 2019 is now over and safety Sean Davis had to leave that session after apparently suffering a finger injury of some sort.
Davis, who is now in the final year of his rookie contract, was reportedly seen by several fans leaving Chuck Noll Field at Saint Vincent College Sunday afternoon while holding his right hand. After Davis left the field backup defensive back Kameron Kelly replaced him at free safety, according to our own Alex Kozora.
After practice ended, Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin announced that Davis had suffered a finger injury and that it is currently being evaluated. Tomlin guessed that the injury might be a dislocation..
This is the second-year at free safety safety for Davis, who registered 80 total tackles, 7 pass breakups and an interception last season. Davis also led the Steelers in total defensive snaps played last season.