Green Bay acquired running back depth.
The Kansas City Star first reported the news. Coach Mike McCarthy later confirmed the trade, adding the Packers were trying to get him ready for practice Tuesday.
Davis has been available via trade as far back as March. Rapoport reported at the time that Davis made the request to be traded -- Davis later denied that request was made. With Spencer Ware and Charcandrick West proving more than capable of standing in and Jamaal Charles returning from his ACL tear, Davis was always the odd man out. Then jitterbug rookie Tyreek Hill swiped Davis' return gig this season. Davis' roster spot seemed in jeopardy the past few weeks.
Heading into Thursday night's division tilt versus the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field, Packers fans shouldn't expect a lot from Davis, who has averaged just 3.3 yards per carry for his career. He's got open field speed, but isn't shifty in tight spaces and is mediocre in the passing game. Still, Davis is better than not having a running back at all and can help on special teams.