While the Pittsburgh Steelers have been relatively quiet in free agency so far, they have the opportunity to change that on Monday with two free agent targets in town to meet with the team.
Davis was the team's third round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, but he failed to live up to expectations in Kansas City despite substantial buzz entering the league.
2016 saw the end of his time in Kansas City after Davis was traded to the Green Bay Packers. Davis struggled upon his return to Arkansas in 2012 with 377 rushing yards.
In 2015, Sensabaugh had a career-high 60 tackles with two interceptions including picking off Jamesis Winston's first career pass and returning it for a touchdown.
Still, Davis adds value as an established option to spell Le'veon Bell and has experienced success as a returner in the NFL.
The Steelers also signed sixth-year cornerback Coty Sensabaugh to a two-year contract. He also returned a kickoff for a touchdown in a 2014 playoff game.
Sensabaugh is a 5-11 1/4, 187-pounder out of Clemson, who was drafted in the fourth round of the 2012 draft by the Tennessee Titans.
Following his four-year stint in Tennessee, Sensabaugh then made his way to the Los Angeles Rams before ultimately landing in the Big Apple as a member of the New York Giants.