Back in 2018, Wisconsin WR Danny Davis got in a bit of trouble.

He was eventually suspended two games to start the season for being named in a criminal complaint. The 2018 season has come and gone though.

It’s 2019 now, and later this month, the regular season will begin. Davis came back to play after his suspension a year ago and is looking to do the same this year, continuing where he left off.

On Friday, Wisconsin had a practice and Paul Chryst spoke about Davis and his availability going forward:

According to Chryst, it seems like Davis should be good to go. Last season, he caught 40 passes for 418 yards and 5 TD.

Wisconsin’s 2019 campaign kicks off on Aug. 30 at USF.