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Healthy Davis seeks opportunity

In his first two seasons at Wisconsin, Anthony Davis looked like the second coming of Tony Dorsett.

The 5-foot-7, 200-pound Davis isn't the biggest back around, but he rolled up 3,071 yards in his first two seasons for the Badgers, including a 200-yard game in his college debut against Penn State. But myriad injuries derailed his promising career, causing him to go from a player who was being talked about as a possible first-round pick to one who is now looking at a mid-round grade... Recommended Stories

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