According to Titans General Manager Jon Robinson, Corey Davis could leave the Titans in free agency this offseason.
The story requires a bit of reading between the lines as Robinson said, "I had the same conversation at the end of the season with [Corey Davis and Jonnu Smith] that I had with Jack Conklin a year ago." Conklin left Tennessee for a three-year/$42M contract in Cleveland after his rookie deal expired. Robinson went on to say, "you’re going to have a decision to make if you have suitors with other teams." Corey Davis has his best season as a pro in 2020, tying his career-high with 65 catches while setting career marks with 984 yards and five touchdowns. He did all of that over 12 starts as he battled through injuries early on. Davis's 5,278 yards at Western Michigan still sits atop the all-time NCAAreceiving leaders' list. At just 26 years old, he could draw some decent interest as a free agent this offseason.