According to the report, Davis asked a flight companion whether she “remembered to pack the explosives” during the check-in process at the Hawaiian Airlines ticket counter, resulting in his arrest. Authorities have since released Davis, who has a May 3 court date.
In a statement to ESPN, the Packers said they are aware of the situation involving Davis and have no further comment.
Davis joined the Packers in 2016 as a fifth-round draft selection. He played primarily on special teams during his NFL career as a returner, averaging 22.8 return yards on kickoffs and 12.0 yards on punts. As a wideout, Davis has caught eight passes for 94 yards and a touchdown during his first two seasons.
How the arrest impacts Davis’ immediate future remains to be seen. The Packers’ offseason program begins April 16.