Baltimore Ravens runners back Mike Davis’ Atlanta house robbed of jewelry, and cleats to honor Davis’ father, who was killed by cancer

ATLANTA Baltimore RavensRunning back Mike DavisAccording to Cobb County police records, ESPN found that he had more than $100,000 worth of jewelry taken from his home in suburban Atlanta on Wednesday.

Davis, an Atlanta native, played last season with The Atlanta FalconsHad tweeted His home was broken into Saturday by two men. They stole his jewelry and a pair he had on their feet. custom cleatsTo honor Michael Oliver (his father), he wore the dress.

According to the police investigation report, Davis was dining at 9:50 p.m. May 4, when his security system detected two men in gray hoodies and masks, armed with handguns, walking up to Davis' back yard.

We are withholding more information about the investigation because it is still active.

A diamond necklace with the No. 28-carat diamond necklace, valued at $25,000; another diamond necklace with “MD”, valued at $25,000. Davis also took four tennis chains, two Cartier bracelets and a Gucci handbag.

After one season, Davis, 29 years old, was released by Falcons on May 2. He had 138 carries, 503 yards, and three touchdowns. He signed with Ravens on Tuesday.

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