Found April 07, 2013 on
An already interesting week for the 49ers on Twitter got even more interesting on Saturday thanks to Anthony Davis.
The right tackle shared a conversation he allegedly had with Greg Schiano while the two were at Rutgers together that doesn’t do anything to soothe the less-than-flattering reputation the Buccaneers coach has as being a huge jerk. The tweet has since been deleted, but CSN Bay Area was able to grab a screenshot:
This, of course, comes a day after Davis received a five-year, $37 million extension from the 49ers. The 49ers and Bucs meet this season. Should be an interesting reunion between coach and player. Or about as interesting as any beef between a coach and offensive lineman can get.
(By the way, slightly off topic, but is there any Rutgers coach that has treated his players with decency?)
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Anthony Davis entered the NFL as a highly talented prospect with a considerable amount of character concerns, leading some to doubt his longevity in the league.
But with news of his lucrative contract extension, the 49ers' stud right tackle is now taking aim at his detractors, starting with his old college coach: Greg Schiano.
After signing his five-year, $37.5 million...
Today, 49ers offensive tackle Anthony Davis was rewarded for his efforts by the 49ers and was given a five-year extension worth $37.295 million, with $17 million in guarantees. The contract will keep Davis in San Francisco through 2019, according to sources.
Davis has started all 48 games in his career since being drafted 11th overall in the 2010 NFL draft. Now that the 49ers...
Right tackle Anthony Davis signed a five-year contract extension Friday with the San Francisco 49ers, further solidifying a young offensive line.
The deal is worth more than $37 million, with $17 million guaranteed.
The 23-year-old tackle has started 16 games in each of his first three years. He helped the 49ers win consecutive NFC West titles and reach the Super Bowl last season...
The 49ers ensured they’ll keep on of their young stars in San Francisco (or should I say Santa Clara?) for a long time.
On Friday the team announced it agreed to a five-year contract extension with right tackle Anthony Davis to keep the 23 year old around through the 2019 season. The extension reportedly includes $37.3 million in new money and $17 million guaranteed.