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Former Georgia Star Thomas Davis Posts Crazy Picture Of Stitch Job On Fractured Arm After Super Bowl

When Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis said he'd play in the Super Bowl with a fractured arm, many assumed he'd try to get in for a couple of snaps, but wouldn't be a major factor. Instead, the former Georgia standout finished second on the team in tackles on Sunday. After the game, Davis took to Instagram to post a picture of his surgically repaired job, featuring an absolutely ridiculous stitch job, that allowed him to play in the game despite a serious injury.

We're warning you, it is fairly graphic.

Davis wore a large pad to protect the arm during the game.

">@ThomasDavisSDTM is one TOUGH dude: https://t.co/xULBnMeRRppic.twitter.com/zDTKlzIgoc

— NFL (@NFL)

11 screws.
A sewn-up arm.
Seven tackles in #SB50?@ThomasDavisSDTM is one TOUGH dude: https://t.co/xULBnMeRRppic.twitter.com/zDTKlzIgoc

— NFL (@NFL) February 8, 2016

">February 8, 2016

His Panthers lost the game, but the defense shut down the Broncos for most of the night. No one can question Thomas Davis' toughness from here on out. Playing through that injury is wild.