|Birth Date||31 January 1984|
|Known For||NFL player|
|Highest Score||22 (Quickstep & Rumba)|
|Lowest Score||17 (Foxtrot)|
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Vernon Davis is a former American football tight end. The fifteen-year NFL veteran was selected by the San Francisco 49ers sixth overall in the 2006 NFL Draft and played his first ten seasons with the 49ers. Midway through his final season in San Francisco, he was traded to the Denver Broncos, with whom he won Super Bowl 50. He joined his hometown team, the Washington Redskins, in 2016 and spent four seasons there before retiring after the 2019-2020 season. Off the field, Davis is a budding entrepreneur, dedicated philanthropist and actor. Davis owns multiple Jamba Juice franchises in Northern California. He also has his very own supplement company, Timeless. He is the co-owner of Q-Collar Innovations and the co-owner and marketing advisor for Pescavor Jerky. In addition, he is partnered in PathWater as well as RASA. In addition, Davis is a limited partner of Next Play Capital. In 2012, Davis created the Vernon Davis Foundation for the Arts as a way to promote art education and art appreciation among youth from disadvantaged backgrounds. In 2019, VDFA evolved into the Vernon Davis Foundation, which services at-risk youth of all interests and demographics. Davis played roles in movies such as Baywatch (2017), which starred Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron, and Hell on the Border (2019). His latest role will be the male lead in the upcoming thriller Red Winter.
Dancing with the Stars 29
He is partnered with Peta Murgatroyd. They placed 11th.
|Week #||Dance / Song||Judges' Scores||Result|
|1||Foxtrot / "All of Me"||5||6||6||No elimination|
|2||Paso Doble / "We Found Love"||6||6||6||Safe|
|3||Quickstep / "Be Our Guest"||8||7||7||Safe|
|4||Rumba / "Let's Stay Together"||8||7||7||Safe|
|5||Tango / "Livin' On a Prayer"||7||7||7||Bottom two|
|6||Cha-Cha-Cha / "Say So"||7||7||7||Eliminated|
- Vernon is the first tight end to compete.