Marcus Davenport has had three offseason surgeries including partial pinky amputation
Even with his rather loaded injury history, this offseason has been an unfortunately busy one for Marcus Davenport.
The Saints defensive end has had three surgeries including a procedure to partially amputate a pinky finger.
Saints DE Marcus Davenport had the top portion of his left pinky finger removed this offseason after he broke a plate from a 2021 surgery. Davenport said he originally injured the finger in college and had it repaired last year before the unfortunate setback this offseason.
— Mike Triplett (@MikeTriplett) June 15, 2022
The fourth-year pro out of UTSA has also had a pair of surgeries on his right shoulder since the end of last season.
Marcus Davenport had his left pinky partially amputated this off-season. He had an infection as a result of a broken plate stemming from an injury in college. He also had two surgeries on his right shoulder.
— Luke Johnson (@ByLukeJohnson) June 15, 2022
Last year, Davenport did not play in six games but still managed 9.0 sacks, 16 pressures, three forced fumbles and 39 tackles. He has missed at least three games in each of his NFL seasons to date.
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