Born: July 17, 1989- Lakeland, Florida
2023: Years as a Lion: 1st Years in CFL: 7th Status: American
Career Games: 106 Playoffs: 5 Grey Cup: 1
Dominique was signed as a free agent by the Lions on February 14, 2023
2022: Signed with the Montreal Alouettes in free agency and completed 19 of 25 passes for 253 yards and three tocuchdowns in 18 regular season games. Dom was also used as a short-yardage specialist and tallied 13 touchdowns and 111 yards on 63 carries. Dressed in both the Eastern Semi-Final against Hamilton and Eastern Final at Toronto.
2021: Injuries limited Davis to just six games in 2021. He went 59/98 for 674 yards and three touchdowns while recording 69 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries.
2019: Dom’s second year in the nation’s capital was his most productive CFL season to date. Sharing the starting job with Jonathon Jennings, Davis completed 200 of 312 passes for a career-best 2,216 yards and five touchdowns while adding 115 yards and six majors on 31 total carries.
2018: Dom moved to the Ottawa REDBLACKS as a free agent and would suit up in all 18 regular season games. He started the regular season finale against Toronto and completed 16 of 23 passes for 220 yards and a touchdown. Finished the season going 24 of 39 for 373 yards and three touchdown strikes while adding 42 carries for 77 yards and six majors on the ground. Dressed in the Eastern Final against Hamilton and 106th Grey Cup against Calgary.
2017: Completed 17 of 29 passes for 208 yards while suiting up in 18 regular season games and then dressing for the Western Semi-Final against Edmonton.
2016: Dressed in all 18 regular season games and the Western Semi-Final at BC on November 13. Did not record any statistics in his second CFL campaign.
2015: Moved north after signing with the Calgary Stampeders. Following his release at the end of training camp, Dom landed with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and saw action in the regular season finale against Toronto where he completed 16 of 25 passes for 169 yards.
2012-14: Dom signed with the Atlanta Falcons as a non-drafted free agent and initially dressed behind former Boston College teammate Matt Ryan and Luke McCown. After being waived by the Falcons on June 14, he attended camp with the Tennessee Titans and finished that season on the Indianapolis Colts practice squad.
2010-11: Moved to East Carolina for the final two years of eligibility and re-wrote the program’s passing record book with 727 completions for 7,192 yards and 62 touchdowns in 25 games. He also chipped in on the ground with 172 carries for 313 yards and 14 majors.
2009: Transferred to Fort Scott Community College and completed 113 passes for 1,467 yards and six touchdowns in 12 games.
2007-08: Attended Boston College for two years and redshirted in his first season before suiting up in six games in 2008 while completing 63 passes for 741 yards and six touchdowns.