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Thomas Davis, who had surgery last week for a broken arm suffered in the NFC Championship Game, was back on the field with a cast on his forearm. Coach Ron Rivera wanted the entire team, including Davis, to get their feet wet early in the week, per Max Henson of the team's official website.
The linebacker told NFL Media's Tiffany Blackmon last week that he had a plate and around 11 or 12 screws in his arm, but planned to play.
"I'm excited about where I am right now," Davis said at the time. "(My status) hasn't changed, still looking forward to playing on Super Bowl Sunday.
"I want to go out there and play for my teammates because I know I can help this team."
Running back Jonathan Stewart, who sat out all practices last week with an ankle injury, was also back on the field Monday.