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Week 14 Outlook
Corey Davis has retired from the NFL.
The 28-year-old played six years in the NFL with the Titans and Jets. He had not been at Jets' camp due to a personal matter but was listed as a starter on the depth chart. His exit leaves opportunities for receivers like Mecole Hardman or Randall Cobb in the Jets offense.
Corey Davis did not play Saturday for the New York Jets against the Carolina Panthers.
Davis continues to fight for positioning among a crowded group of pass catchers as part of a revamped Jets passing offense led by the offseason acquisition of veteran quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Corey Davis is back at practice after missing several days due to illness.
Davis is back getting valuable reps in the new-look Jets offense featuring Aaron Rodgers, but his role has diminished from what he was brought in to be. After looking like he would be the Jets No.1 WR only two years ago, he has now been relegated to fighting for what looks like the third wide receiving option on the team behind Garrett Wilson and Rodgers Green Bay buddy Allen Lazard.
Corey Davis did not practice Thursday due to an illness.
Based on Jets’ head coach Robert Saleh’s comments, Davis should be fine and back on the practice field soon. The 28-year-old veteran currently ranks as WR90 in ECR, according to FantasyPros.
Corey Davis caught three passes for 45 yards on Sunday against the Seahawks.
Davis led all Jets wide receivers in receiving yards. It was a brutal afternoon for the whole offense led by a dud by Mike White. He will look to end the regular season strong next week with the Jets now out of playoff contention.