49ers release twice-retired tackle Anthony Davis; sign corner Dontae Johnson

May 28, 2019 at 3:20 PM--


On Tuesday, the 49ers released offensive tackle Anthony Davis, 29, after he'd been reinstated by the league from the reserve-retired list. Davis hasn't played in the NFL since September 2016 when he left the NFL for the second time in a 15-month span.
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