While San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis skipped OTAs over his contract situation the veteran tight end says he will report to mandatory minicamp.
“You know what? I plan on being there,” Davis said Thursday in a interview with San Francisco station 95.7 The Game, via ESPN. “I plan on being there.”
Davis’ current deal was signed in 2010. The five-year deal was worth $36.75 million at the time making him the highest paid tight end. He is currently the third highest paid player at his position.
While Davis appears set to be at the camp, the same cannot be said for offensive guard Alex Boone. It appears that Boone may stay away from team activities until he gets a new contract.