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Jets wide receiver Corey Davis suffered a minor shoulder strain during OTAs on Thursday. According to NFL Network's Mike Garafolo, the former first-round pick is expected to be okay with some rest. Dr. James Andrews will confirm the severity of the injury when taking a look at the scans today.
Davis, 26, signed a three-year, $37.5 million deal with the Jets this past offseason, just four years after being a first-round selection of the Titans. He caught 65 passes for 984 yards last year, adding five touchdowns. He ranks 43rd among receivers in the latest expert consensus redraft rankings.
According to sources, Former Titans’ WR Corey Davis will sign a three-year, $37.5M deal with the New York Jets. He'll reportedly get $27 million guaranteed.
Talk about a pay-day. Davis lands with the Jets and will likely become their WR1 immediately. Jamison Crowder is a UFA, and Denzel Mims didn't do much in his rookie campaign to compete with Davis. If the Jets can make a move for an elite QB like Russell Wilson or Deshaun Watson, lookout. Davis rebounded for his best season to date in 2020, posting 65 receptions for 984 yards and five touchdowns. He should be a target for fantasy managers next season as the leading candidate to soak up targets for the Jets.
Dianna Russini of ESPN is reporting that the Titans won’t bring back WR Corey Davis and TE Jonnu Smith. Both Davis and Smith will become free agents.
Davis and Smith are not part of the Titans plan as they continue to build their offense around RB Derrick Henry and WR AJ Brown. Davis is coming off his best season in 2020, hauling in 65 receptions for 984 yards and five touchdowns across 12 games. He should draw heavy interest from multiple teams looking to add a wide receiver. As for Jonnu, he caught 41 passes for 448 yards and eight touchdowns last season. Hunter Henry and Smith are the top available tight ends in free agency and are reportedly seeking $10 million annually. Smith is currently 13th among all tight ends, but that ranking could rise depending on which team he lands with.
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.
Corey Davis failed to catch the two passes thrown his way in a playoff matchup on Sunday as the Titans lost to the Ravens by a 20-13 score.
Davis had a disappointing day after a solid season at receiver for the Titans. Davis is scheduled to be a free agent in the offseason and could leave for another team. Depending on where he lands will determine his fantasy value.
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