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Tyeler Davison broke his hand vs Bengals, played last 2 games with 10 screws in hand

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New Orleans Saints defensive tackle Tyeler Davison said he suffered a broken hand in the team’s win over the Cincinnati Bengals, but he’s played through the injury the past two games.

According to Davison, the surgery two Mondays ago involved doctors inserting a metal plate and 10 screws into his left hand, and he credited the team’s trainers for having him ready to play last Sunday against the Eagles and Thursday against the Falcons.

“I didn’t want to miss (any) games and whatnot, so they really helped me doing a lot of treatment, trying to get the swelling down,” Davison said. “That metal thing in there is keeping the bones from moving around.”

In Thursday’s win, Davison had a pass defensed that resulted in an interception by linebacker A.J. Klein, but Davison batted the ball with his healthy right hand.


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