<strong>Former NFL Star Joins Marcellus Wiley and Kelvin Washington Weekday Afternoons </strong><strong>
Former NFL cornerback Eric Davis is expanding his role on ESPNLA 710AM to include a position with Marcellus Wiley and Kelvin Washington starting today, Thursday, Oct. 12. The newly renamed Afternoons with Marcellus, Kelvin and Eric will air weekdays from 3 - 7 p.m. PT.
In addition to his Afternoons with Marcellus, Kelvin and Eric role, Davis will continue as co-host alongside Travis Rodgers and Kirk Morrison of the pre- and post-game surrounding Los Angeles Rams broadcasts.
</strong>Davis played 13 years in the NFL, drafted by the San Francisco 49ers out of Jacksonville State in 1990. He played for San Francisco, Carolina, Denver and finished his career in 2002 with Detroit. He is the all-time leader in consecutive NFL playoff games-five-with at least one interception.
After his NFL career, Davis worked as an analyst for the 49ers during the preseason on KPIX-TV and also analyzed the NFL on Comcast SportsNet Bay Area. Davis was also the co-host of The Drive with Tierney and Davis on 95.7 The Game in San Francisco. From 2012-2013, Davis co-hosted NFL AM-a weekday morning show on NFL Network- and he currently works for FS1.
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