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Reggie Davis
Tight Ends Coach
College:
Washington

BIOGRAPHY

A former NFL tight end, Reggie Davis is in his first season as the offensive line coach after spending the previous three seasons as tight ends coach for the team.

In 2013, Davis coached TE Vernon Davis to his second-career Pro Bowl and AP Second-Team All-Pro honors as he tied a career-high with 13 touchdown receptions. Vernon Davis became the first tight end in NFL history to register at least 12 touchdowns in two different seasons.

Davis continued to get the most out of his tight ends during the 2012 season in all aspects of the game. TE Vernon Davis ranked 3rd in the NFL by averaging 13.2 yards per reception and continued his dominance in the postseason by tying the Super Bowl record for receiving yards by a tight end (104 yards). Vernon Davis also registered his 4th-career 100-yard receiving game in the postseason, which is t-1st in NFL history among tight ends.

In 2011, the 49ers tight ends served as valuable weapons and accounted for 87 receptions for 1,009 yards and nine touchdowns, including a team-leading six by Davis. In the 49ers two playoff games, Davis notched 10 receptions for 292 yards and four touchdowns. His 292 receiving yards are the most in NFL history by a tight end in their first two postseason games. He became just the fifth player in the Super Bowl era to register at least two touchdowns in consecutive postseason games in the same season.

Davis previously played alongside, and coached under, 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh, while with the San Diego Chargers and at the University of San Diego, respectively.

Davis spent the previous three years as the running backs coach at Oregon State University. Under his tutelage, RB Jacquizz Rodgers became the first freshman in the history of the Pac-10 Conference to earn its Offensive MVP award in 2008, after rushing for 1,253 yards and earning All-America honors for his efforts.

Prior to joining the Beavers in 2008, Davis was the running backs coach at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas from 2005-07. In 2004, he served on Harbaugh’s San Diego coaching staff, tutoring the tight ends and assisting with special teams. From 2001-04, he worked as a speed and strength coach for Play Fast Athletics in San Diego.

A University of Washington standout, Davis went on to play two seasons alongside Harbaugh as a Charger (1999-2000), appearing in 26 games (three starts).

A native of Long Beach, CA, Davis holds a degree in sociology. He and his wife Jennifer have five children, a daughter, Kayla, and two sets of twins, DeSean and Jalen, and Jordan and Tyson.

A former NFL tight end, Reggie Davis is in his first season as the offensive line coach after spending the previous three seasons as tight ends coach for the team.

In 2013, Davis coached TE Vernon Davis to his second-career Pro Bowl and AP Second-Team All-Pro honors as he tied a career-high with 13 touchdown receptions. Vernon Davis became the first tight end in NFL history to register at least 12 touchdowns in two different seasons.

Davis continued to get the most out of his tight ends during the 2012 season in all aspects of the game. TE Vernon Davis ranked 3rd in the NFL by averaging 13.2 yards per reception and continued his dominance in the postseason by tying the Super Bowl record for receiving yards by a tight end (104 yards). Vernon Davis also registered his 4th-career 100-yard receiving game in the postseason, which is t-1st in NFL history among tight ends.

In 2011, the 49ers tight ends served as valuable weapons and accounted for 87 receptions for 1,009 yards and nine touchdowns, including a team-leading six by Davis. In the 49ers two playoff games, Davis notched 10 receptions for 292 yards and four touchdowns. His 292 receiving yards are the most in NFL history by a tight end in their first two postseason games. He became just the fifth player in the Super Bowl era to register at least two touchdowns in consecutive postseason games in the same season.

Davis previously played alongside, and coached under, 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh, while with the San Diego Chargers and at the University of San Diego, respectively.

Davis spent the previous three years as the running backs coach at Oregon State University. Under his tutelage, RB Jacquizz Rodgers became the first freshman in the history of the Pac-10 Conference to earn its Offensive MVP award in 2008, after rushing for 1,253 yards and earning All-America honors for his efforts.

Prior to joining the Beavers in 2008, Davis was the running backs coach at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas from 2005-07. In 2004, he served on Harbaugh’s San Diego coaching staff, tutoring the tight ends and assisting with special teams. From 2001-04, he worked as a speed and strength coach for Play Fast Athletics in San Diego.

A University of Washington standout, Davis went on to play two seasons alongside Harbaugh as a Charger (1999-2000), appearing in 26 games (three starts).

A native of Long Beach, CA, Davis holds a degree in sociology. He and his wife Jennifer have five children, a daughter, Kayla, and two sets of twins, DeSean and Jalen, and Jordan and Tyson.

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