Dabo Swinney addresses lawsuit against Davis and Greene in post-practice recap (AUDIO)

Fred Davis’ Dodge charger is pictured along with the Postal vehicle here from a 2021 accident (TigerNet.com)

Clemson cornerbacks Fred Davis and Malcolm Greene are being sued by a United States Postal Service worker for allegedly racing on a public highway and causing her severe, long-term physical disabilities as a result of a car crash. At the time, Davis was charged with a misdemeanor for his involvement in the July 2021, car incident on Highway 123 between his Dodge Charger and Karen Alvarez’s US Postal vehicle.

According to the document filed with the 13th Judicial Circuit, “Defendant Greene and Defendant Davis were observed traveling south on U.S. Highway 123, in close proximity and at a high rate of speed, weaving in and out of lanes, and the Defendants appeared to be racing their vehicles.”

After practice on Wednesday, head coach Dabo Swinney met with the media to discuss the lawsuit and explain the status of both Davis and Greene with the football team. Swinney also looked ahead to Saturday’s matchup at Boston College. You can hear his comments below, courtesy of Clemson Sports Information.

Dabo Swinney — Wednesday Post Practice

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