Former Philadelphia Eagles cornerback De’Vante Bausby is killing it in AAF

Former Philadelphia Eagles cornerback De’Vante Bausby is killing it in the AAF. Let’s take a look at his season and his recent game-changing play.

Do you remember De’Vante Bausby’s contribution to Philadelphia Eagles injury-ridden defensive backfield last season? Bausby came to Eagles from their practice squad on November 17th and debuted in the backend of their defense against a potent New Orleans Saints offense.

Bausby had three solo tackles in that lopsided 48-7 loss. The best game Bausby had as an Eagle was when he recorded five tackles in the November 25th 25-22 home win against the New York Giants.  He was cut by Philly on December 25th, and in six games with the team, he he recorded 14 tackles.

Bausby stats weren’t exactly  jumping off of the page, but he definitely showed his potential with his time on the team.

He is now a member of the  San Antonio Commanders of the Alliance of American Football, and he’s one of the top defensive backs in the new league.

Seven games down, and he’s recorded 15 tackles, four interceptions and he’s broken up seven passes.

In week seven against the Salt Lake Stallions , he was key in stopping a late comeback by the guys from Utah as he went ‘pick-six’ to and went end zone to end zone to seal the win for the Commanders.

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Bausby’s a play maker.

After the AAF season is over there will be a lot teams interested in Bausby. Might the Eagles be interested in a reunion? Philly needs some depth at the cornerback position and he already knows Jim Schwartz coaching style on defense.