Davon Godchaux Trademarks
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February 2, 2024
Davon Godchaux plays professional football in the National Football League. He plays defensive tackle for the New England Patriots.
Davon Montel Godchaux was born to Albertha Godchaux and Raynard Parker in Plaquemine, Louisiana on November 11, 1994. He played high school football at Plaquemine Senior High School where he played for Coach Paul Distefano. He had a standout season in his junior year where he recorded 60 tackles, 22 for a loss, and four and a half sacks. He was named first team All-Louisiana.
During his senior year, Godchaux would only play in one game, but he recorded four tackles. Although he injured his knee and would not be able to return that season, he was unanimously ranked as a four-star recruit. He was listed among The Baton Rouge Advocate Second Dozen, the Scout 300, ESPN 300, the 247Sports Top 247, and the Rivals 250 and rated in the top 20 – as high as number nine – by these sporting entities.
Godchaux decided to attend Louisiana State University. He saw plenty of playing time as a freshman at LSU starting in 10 of the 13 games that he played in. In fact, he took over the starting role in week three and would not relinquish it at any point during his LSU career. He had five tackles in what was seen as his breakout game, which also happened to be his second start, at an away game against Florida. In a game against the then undefeated Ole Miss, his three tackles helped his team to a surprise victory. He also recorded three tackles in a game against powerhouse Alabama, which the Tigers would eventually lose in overtime. Godchaux’s best game was the Music City Bowl where the Tigers faced Notre Dame and he recorded eight tackles. He ended his freshman season with at least one tackle in every single game, and for the year, he recorded 42 total tackles, three quarterback hurries, and three tackles for loss.
As a sophomore, he started and played in all 12 games as a sophomore. Godchaux gained a reputation for being able to clog the center of the line and pressure quarterbacks. This season he would have his first collegiate fumble recovery, which came against Texas A&M. He had another outstanding game against Ole Miss, where he recorded two quarterback hurries and a sack. Godchaux also had six tackles, including one for a loss, in a game against Eastern Michigan. Later that season, against Auburn, he deflected a pass, had four tackles, and two sacks. He also recorded two sacks, as well as a forced fumble against Texas Tech in the Texas Bowl. For the season, he recorded six sacks, four quarterback hurries, 41 total tackles, and nine tackles for loss.
Godchaux started and played in all twelve games as a junior at LSU and led the defensive line in tackles. With his help, LSU’s defense would allow only 16 touchdowns all season long. He had nine tackles in the season opener against Wisconsin and seven against rival Alabama. He had four tackles and a sack in his final game for LSU against Louisville at the Citrus Bowl. For the season, he had three quarterback hurries and six and a half sacks as well as 62 total tackles, with eight and a half for a loss. He decided to bypass his final year of collegiate eligibility and declared for the NFL Draft.
Godchaux attended the 2017 NFL Combine where he recorded a 5.27-second 40-yard dash and 20 reps at the bench press. He was drafted in the fifth round by the Miami Dolphins. In his first year with the Dolphins, he recorded 40 total tackles. In his second year, Godchaux recorded 48 total tackles and one sack, followed by 75 total tackles along with two sacks in his third year.
During the 2020 NFL season, he was briefly placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list. After his return, he was only able to play in five games before being injured, which would cause him to sit out the rest of the season. In those five games he played, Godchaux recorded 16 total tackles.
At the end of his tenure with the Miami Dolphins, Godchaux signed a contract with the New England Patriots for two years, worth $15 million. During his first season with the New England Patriots, he started 16 of the 17 games that he played in and he recorded 65 total tackles and one sack.
In 2021, Davon Godchaux obtained a federal trademark registration for “CHAUXDOWN” for clothing items like hats, hoodies, t-shirts, and pants.
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IC 025. US 022 039. G & S Hats; Hoodies; Pants; Shirts; Shoes; Shorts; Sweatpants; Sweatshirts; Tee shirts. FIRST USE: 20201208. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20201208.