|Date of Birth:||01/11/1995|
|Drafted:||2017 | Round 1 | Pick 5|
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Corey Davis (core) is undergoing season-ending surgery.
Davis returned to the lineup yesterday, but he seemed to re-aggravate the injury, and now his season is unfortunately over. In the first year of a three-year, $37.5-million deal signed with New York in the offseason, Davis finishes with 34 receptions for 492 yards and four touchdowns in nine games played. The former No. 5 overall pick started hot with Zach Wilson under center, so hopefully the two can connect more in 2022—though Elijah Moore is expected to emerge as the team's No. 1 wide receiver if he takes a Year 2 leap. For the rest of this season, 2020 second-rounder Denzel Mims might get an expanded opportunity alongside Moore and others.
Corey Davis (groin) is officially active for the Jets.
The groin issue suffered in practice a couple of weeks ago is now in a spot where Davis can give it a go for today’s Week 13 matchup against the Eagles. The veteran receiver will look to build chemistry with rookie quarterback Zach Wilson down the stretch.
Corey Davis (groin) is questionable for Week 13.
Davis will be a game-time decision for Sunday against the Eagles, so we'll see how he feels during pregame warmups. Davis missed last week with the groin issue after suffering the injury a couple of Wednesdays ago in practice.
Corey Davis (groin) is officially inactive for Week 12.
Davis was downgraded to doubtful yesterday, so things were obviously headed this way after the free-agent acquisition injured his groin during practice on Wednesday. Davis can probably be considered week-to-week.
Corey Davis (groin) has been downgraded to doubtful for Week 12.
Davis was injured during practice this week, so it's not a surprise that it looks like he'll be out tomorrow against the Texans. Expect the veteran receiver to officially be inactive tomorrow.
Corey Davis (hip) is officially active for the Jets.
After missing the past two games with his hip issue, Davis is back for Week 10. We’ll see how the Jets receiving corps looks, with rookie Elijah Moore emerging as a top target over the past couple of weeks.
Corey Davis (hip) is out for Week 9.
Davis will miss his second game in a row, so New York will rely on Denzel Mims and Keelan Cole to step up alongside Jamison Crowder and Elijah Moore. Fantasy owners should hold onto Davis, but the Jets' next game will notable be against the Bills.
Corey Davis (hip) is officially doubtful for Thursday night.
Davis expressed optimism about potentially being able to play in the Week 9 matchup against the Colts, but the short week probably made things difficult. We'll see if Davis can make quick progress, but expect him to be ruled out tomorrow night.
Corey Davis (hip) is officially inactive for the Jets.
This was the expectation heading into the weekend. For the Week 8 matchup against the Bengals, the Jets are down Zach Wilson, Tevin Coleman, and Davis.
Corey Davis (hip) is doubtful for Week 8.
Davis probably won't play against Cincinnati, which would give second-year wideout Denzel Mims a shot to step up in a starting role. That said, it will be difficult to trust anyone on the offense this week with Mike White under center versus an underrated defense.
Corey Davis suffered what is believed to be a minor shoulder strain at OTA's, according to NFL Network's Mike Garafolo.
Davis is getting a second opinion on the scans from his shoulder, but the belief is that he will be OK with rest. The Jets will get a closer look at second-round pick Elijah Moore and other wideouts behind Denzel Mims and Jamison Crowder for as long as Davis is out.
Corey Davis is signing with the Jets.
The former fifth overall pick by the Titans back in 2017, Davis has had somewhat of an inconsistent run through four seasons. However, the Western Michigan product had his best season in 2020, catching 65 passes for 984 yards and five touchdowns while looking as confident as ever and flashing No. 1 receiver ability. Davis is just 26 years old and can develop into the top target for the Jets, though 2020 second-rounder Denzel Mims is also an emerging player.
The Titans activated Corey Davis from the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Davis missed a couple of games due to COVID-19, so it's good to see him back with his teammates. Davis will rejoin an offense that's been playing extremely well as of late.
The Titans placed Corey Davis on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Davis joins fellow wideout Adam Humphries on the list, so the positive tests continue to pop up for Tennessee. The team is reportedly expecting to have A.J. Brown (knee) back if they play this weekend, and he will be needed against a tough Buffalo defense. Hopefully we get some better news over the next couple of days.
The Titans have taken Corey Davis off the PUP list.
Davis passed his physical and is ready to join his teammates on the field after working off to the side to begin training camp. This is good timing for Davis, as the Titans are getting into pads for the first time this summer as they ramp up toward Week 1.
The Titans placed Corey Davis on the PUP list.
It's unclear what Davis is dealing with, but he can be taken off the PUP list at any time. His Week 1 doesn't appear to be in any jeopardy, but ideally he'll get cleared soon in a contract year with the Titans relying on him as a No. 2 receiver behind A.J. Brown.
The Titans are declining Corey Davis' fifth-year option.
While Davis has not met expectations since being drafted No. 5 overall in 2017, it's a slight surprise that the Titans are not picking up his fifth-year option. However, stud second-year receiver A.J. Brown has emerged as the clear top target for Tennessee moving forward, and the Titans are going to need to pay running back Derrick Henry (and eventually Brown). Davis is now entering the final year of his rookie contract.
Corey Davis (concussion) was a full participant in today's practice.
Davis is on track to play in Week 17 against the Texans, but we'll update you if he's listed on the final injury report of the week when it's released tomorrow.
Corey Davis is in concussion protocol.
Davis left in the second half of yesterday's game with a concussion, and he'll have six days to get cleared for Week 17 against the Texans. From a fantasy perspective, Davis probably can't be counted on even if he's active to end the regular season.
Corey Davis (hip) was officially a full participant in today's practice.
It appears Davis is good to go following the bye after missing one game with his hip injury, but we'll let you know if anything changes. If active, Davis will be just a FLEX option against the Jaguars for Week 12.
Corey Davis (hip) is officially inactive for Week 10.
Davis was listed as doubtful with his hip injury, and he’s officially out against the Chiefs. The third-year receiver is not a must-hold in redraft leagues, and but hopefully he’s back for the Titans’ next game after their Week 11 bye.
Corey Davis (hip) is officially doubtful for Week 10.
While this is a bit of a surprise, Davis did not practice all week after was unable to get on the practice field today. Expect Davis to be ruled out this weekend, with Adam Humphries and rookie receiver A.J. Brown likely to get more targets in his absence. Brown, who has flashed his major upside this season, in particular is an intriguing option for those struggling with bye weeks.
Corey Davis catches three passes in Titans' Week 2 loss.
Davis gained 38 yards on his three receptions, including a 25-yard catch, against the Colts. It was a grind-it-out type of game, and Delanie Walker had the highest receiving total among Tennessee receivers with 39 yards, but Davis is coming off a catchless Week 1 and now gets a matchup with Jalen Ramsey and company this Thursday night. The former fifth overall pick is not a must-hold in redraft leagues.
Corey Davis caught five passes for 48 yards in Sunday night's loss to Indy.
Davis led the Titans in receiving on a team-high seven targets, and that was the case throughout the entirety of the regular season with 65 grabs for 891 yards (13.7 average) and four touchdowns. The No. 5 overall pick of the 2017 NFL Draft hasn't developed into the dominant player that Tennessee was expecting yet, but perhaps he will truly emerge in Year 3. Turning 24 next week, Davis will be an intriguing selection in the early/middle rounds of fantasy drafts over the summer.
Corey Davis caught three passes fro 45 yards in Saturday's win over Washington.
Davis also rushed once for a one-yard gain in a 25-16 victory. The second-year wideout looked like he could be on his way to a solid game, but Marcus Mariota (elbow) left the game at the end of the first half, and Davis didn't really get opportunities down the stretch. If Mariota plays next week against the Colts, it might be at less than 100%, so Davis needs to be downgraded for the season finale.
Corey Davis catches three passes in Titans' win.
Davis gained 33 yards on his three Week 15 receptions against the Giants. The Titans passed for just 88 yards in the game, so this was about as good as you could expect Davis to do given the overall passing output. The second-year receiver did have a missed opportunity on an out-breaking route where he didn't get out of his break to get his head around in time for a nicely thrown ball, but it wasn't a huge error. Davis will look to do more damage this Saturday against the Redskins. He remains just a FLEX option in fantasy title games.
Corey Davis disappoints in Week 14 win.
Davis caught two passes for 21 yards and rushed once for no gain in a 30-9 victory. The Titans didn't really need to throw as Derrick Henry absolutely dominated on the ground, but Davis failed to redeem his night on a target in the end zone that went through his hands in the fourth quarter. The No. 5 pick of the 2017 NFL Draft will be just a quality FLEX for next week's matchup against the Giants.
Corey Davis catches game-winning touchdown in win over the Jets.
Davis caught three passes for 42 yards, including an 11-yard score to put Tennessee ahead, 26-22, with less than a minute to go. He also rushed once for 12 yards. The No. 5 overall pick of the 2017 NFL Draft hasn't turned into the star receiver many were hoping for yet, but he has at least made some clutch plays this season for the playoff-hopeful Titans. Davis needs to be downgraded to weak FLEX status for a Thursday night matchup against the Jaguars.
Corey Davis has a productive night, but Titans fall to the Texans.
Davis caught four-of-four targets for 96 yards and a touchdown, also adding a 39-yard rush on a reverse. The No. 5 overall pick of the 2017 NFL Draft was able to break loose for a 48-yard score in the third quarter, but Tennessee unfortunately made too many mistakes in a 34-17 loss. Davis has now gone for at least 96 yards and a score in two of the past three games, and he will look to keep it going against an attackable Jets defense next Sunday. Consider the 23-year-old a solid FLEX option.
Corey Davis catches two passes in Week 11.
Davis gained 30 yards on his two receptions and added one carry for -1 yard in the Titans' loss to the Colts. No one really played well for the Titans, but this performance from Davis shows that he's still an inconsistent option despite showing flashes. Davis is basically a boom/bust FLEX option for Week 12 against the Texans, though he had a 5/55 line against them earlier this season.
Corey Davis scores against the Patriots.
Davis had an excellent game in the Titans' big upset victory, catching seven passes (on ten targets) for 125 yards and a touchdown. The score was a 23-yard deep ball to the end zone where he came up with a dime from Marcus Mariota despite getting interfered with while making the catch. The second-year receiver did as good of a job against Patriots cornerback Stephon Gilmore as any receiver this season, which is a positive sign for his development. He also had a spectacular leaping catch that he made look pretty easy by twisting his body and stretching out to secure a pass that wasn't right in his chest. Overall, Davis had seven receptions for 125 yards and a touchdown. Last year's No. 5 overall pick now just needs to get more consistent, as he's had great performances like this along with disappointing games. He gets the Colts next.
Corey Davis catches six passes against the Cowboys.
Davis gained 56 yards on his six receptions in the Titans' Week 9 win, and he also added one carry for four yards. It looked like the second-year receiver had a chance for a touchdown, but he ran what looked like a very lazy route where he wasn't in position to make an athletic grab on a pass that was slightly behind him in the end zone. Through eight games, Davis is on pace for a 72/902/2 line.
Corey Davis struggles against the Chargers.
Davis couldn't get much going against Casey Hayward and company, catching three passes (on seven targets, second on the team) for ten yards. The second-year receiver had a big drop on a would-be first down (and potentially more) in the second half. Last year's fifth overall pick hasn't shown enough consistency to be a highly-recommended fantasy option, but he'll be on the FLEX radar when the Titans return from their bye to face the Cowboys in Week 9.
Corey Davis catches one pass in Week 6.
He wasn't alone in his struggles, but Davis couldn't get free against Baltimore's corners. Davis' lone reception went for 24 yards. The second-year receiver seemed to struggled at the top of routes, as he wasn't getting out of the break to make the catch a couple of times. No one really played well on offense for the Titans, but the team needs Davis to step up more consistently after taking him with the fifth pick in last year's draft. We'll see if he can get it going next week against the Chargers.
Corey Davis leads team in receiving as Titans fall to the Bills, 13-12.
Davis caught four passes for 49 yards in the loss. The second-year receiver was targeted a team-high six times, but offense was tough to come by on a day where Marcus Mariota completed just 14 passes for 129 yards. Davis had a career day in Week 4, but this was a step back, and he gets another difficult matchup next Sunday against Baltimore's dominant cornerback group. Consider him a risky FLEX option.
Corey Davis has a career day in overtime victory over the Eagles.
Davis caught nine passes for 161 yards, including the game-winning ten-yard score to help the Titans improve to 3-1. Philadelphia's secondary showed their flaws in coverage with the pass rush not getting home against the star tackle duo of Taylor Lewan and Jack Conklin, and Davis took full advantage on Sunday. The No. 5 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft is on pace for an 88/1,248/4 line through four games, and Tennessee needs him to continue playing well to open things up for everyone else. Consider Davis a WR2/FLEX option for a matchup with the Bills next Sunday.
Corey Davis catches two passes against the Jaguars.
Davis was targeted four times in the Week 3 win, gaining 34 yards on his two receptions. The second-year receiver had a tough matchup going against Jalen Ramsey and company, and he has a less daunting matchup at home against the Eagles in Week 4. Davis is looking to get into the end zone in a regular season game for the first time.
Corey Davis catches five passes in Titans' win.
Davis was targeted seven times against the Texans, gaining 55 yards on his five receptions. It was a run-heavy gameplan for the Titans, and Davis would have more upside with Marcus Mariota back under-center for the team. The Week 3 matchup with the Jaguars is as tough as it gets.
Corey Davis is off the Week 2 injury report.
Davis was previously listed on the practice report with a hamstring injury, but he was a full participant today and is ready to go for Sunday against Houston. Hopefully nothing pops up during the game, but Davis is a starting option for fantasy lineups in Week 2. But keep in mind that Titans head coach Mike Vrabel said that both Marcus Mariota and Blaine Gabbert are expected to get some time with Mariota (elbow) at less than 100%.
Corey Davis (hamstring) remains limited in practice.
Davis said this morning that his hamstring is "good," and it might be tired of dealing with hamstring issues since entering the league. We'll see how he's listed tomorrow, but Davis is fully expected to play on Sunday against the Texans.
Corey Davis (hamstring) was limited in practice.
Davis’ status for Sunday doesn’t appear to be in much doubt, but it’s still a concern that he’s again dealing with some hamstring issues. We’ll see if he gets back to a full practice tomorrow.
Corey Davis caught six passes for 62 yards in Sunday's loss to the Dolphins.
Davis led the team in receiving, but Tennessee had just 220 yards through the air with Marcus Mariota and Blaine Gabbert under center. The second-year wideout should have a good matchup next week against the Texans, but he will obviously take a hit if Mariota isn't healthy enough to play. Consider Davis a low-end WR2/FLEX option for now.
Jim Wyatt of TitansOnline.com says the Titans "are counting on (Corey) Davis to make a big leap in Year 2."
After Tennessee didn't bring back veteran receiver Eric Decker and didn't add any big pieces during free agency or the draft, they are really counting on last year's fifth overall selection stepping up as a top target for Marcus Mariota. Wyatt says Davis was one of the best players during offseason work until he was limited later—injuries are something to keep an eye on for Davis after he battled them leading up to his rookie season. If he's featured as a true number one receiver and gets a lot of targets, Davis will have WR1 potential this season if he can stay healthy. He's a player to keep a close eye on throughout the preseason.
New Titans receivers coach Rob Moore says the receivers need to "put the work in."
This isn't a case of Moore saying the Titans receivers are lazy, but he made it clear they are going to need to work hard so that going out there on the field becomes "second nature" to them. Moore was the receivers coach for the Raiders over the last three seasons, so he's overseen solid seasons from Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree over that time, and he says they are going to play fast and "it starts with route discipline." Speaking of 2017 fifth overall pick Corey Davis, Moore says he just needs to stay healthy so he can get the necessary reps to improve. Davis battled hamstring issues for much of his rookie season, and the new coaching staff is going to rely on the talented receiver to remain healthy and be a big part of the offense in 2018. We'll see if Davis can stay healthy throughout the offseason and training camp, and he'll have a lot of fantasy upside if he does.
Corey Davis scores twice in playoff loss to the Patriots.
The rookie receiver battled injuries this season, and these were the first two touchdowns of his NFL career. Davis' first touchdown was the first score of the game, and it came on a beautiful one-handed catch on a 15-yard go route. The second score was on a play late in the game with his team down by 28 points. Overall, Davis had five reception (on eight targets) for 63 yards and two touchdowns. Injuries derailed Davis' season a bit, but the fifth overall pick in last year's draft has a lot of upside and will look to have a breakout second season in a passing offense that should be much improved in 2018.
Corey Davis gets seven targets in Wild Card win.
The rookie receiver didn't have a huge game in the playoff victory over Kansas City, but he did show some of the flashes that made the Titans want to take him with the fifth-overall pick in the draft last year. Davis had four receptions for 35 yards in the win, and the rookie will look to be a reliable target next weekend for Marcus Mariota and the Titans.
Corey Davis gets shutout against the Jaguars.
The rookie receiver didn't have any catches in the Week 17 win, and his regular season total is 34 receptions for 375 yards and no touchdowns. The fifth overall pick in the draft has the ability to make big plays, and we'll see if he can do it in the playoffs.
Corey Davis nears 100 yards in Titans' loss.
Davis was targeted nine times against the Rams, catching six passes for 91 yards in the loss. He made some nice contested catches and the 91 yards were a career-high for the rookie. Davis will look to carry the momentum into Week 17 against Jacksonville, but he's not a recommended fantasy option.
Corey Davis works behind Rishard Matthews and Eric Decker as Titans fall to 8-6.
Davis caught three passes for 28 yards in the loss, as the rookie is still seeking his first touchdown and first 50-yard game. A late-season emergence would be huge for Tennessee's playoffs hopes over the final two weeks of the season, but Davis shouldn't be in fantasy lineups on Christmas Eve against the Rams.
Corey Davis catches three passes against the Cardinals.
Davis gained 29 yards on his three receptions (six targets). The fifth-overall pick in the draft is still looking for his first touchdown, and he’s difficult to trust in standard-sized fantasy leagues right now.
Corey Davis catches two passes in Week 13.
Davis had only 12 yards against the Texans, and the rookie receiver also had a drop in the flat where it looked like he might've had some room to run. Even if Rishard Matthews (hamstring) misses another game, it's difficult to trust Davis in the first round of the fantasy playoffs next week.
Corey Davis gets four targets in Week 12.
Davis caught all four targets, gaining 39 yards against the Colts. The rookie receiver didn't step up and have a huge game with Rishard Matthews (hamstring) out, but the Titans overall struggled to do much through the air. Tennessee's offense could click at any moment, but there are probably better FLEX options out there than Davis at the moment.
Corey Davis gets seven targets in Week 11.
The rookie receiver caught three passes for 27 yards in the Thursday night loss to the Steelers, with his long reception going for 15 yards on a nice sideline catch where he got both feet in by the boundary. There was some bad in the game, as Davis appeared to stop his route instead of running in front of the defender on one of Marcus Mariota's interceptions, but he'll learn as he gets more experience. Davis offers upside in a good matchup against the Colts in Week 12.
Corey Davis leads the Titans in targets in Week 10.
The rookie receiver appears to be fully back from his hamstring issue, as he played almost all the snaps for the Titans against the Bengals. Davis was targeted a team-high ten times, catching four passes for 48 yards in the game. However, he did lose a fumble in Bengals territory, which was costly and probably made the game closer than it should've been. But it's good to see him developing into a number one receiver for Marcus Mariota, and he'll be in the FLEX discussion for Week 11 against the Steelers.
Corey Davis gets five targets in return.
This was Davis' first game back after missing the last five games because of a hamstring injury. The rookie receiver caught two passes for 28 yards against the Ravens, with a long of 23 yards where he made a nice back-shoulder catch down the sideline. Davis is someone to keep an eye on down the stretch as a potential difference-maker.
Corey Davis (hamstring) is set to return after missing five games.
Titans head coach Mike Mularkey said he practiced fully today, and the plan is for him to start at receiver when he's back. The fifth-overall pick in the draft, Davis will add more explosiveness to the outside for the Titans, so he should be a boost for Marcus Mariota's fantasy value. The talented rookie is worth a flier if he's available in your league, but he's probably best left out of lineups for this week in a tough matchup with the Ravens.
Corey Davis (hamstring) is unlikely to play this week.
The rookie receiver is likely to miss his third-straight game this week, which isn't surprising with the Titans wanting to ensure he's 100% before they push him back into action.
Titans WR Corey Davis (hamstring) is out for Week 4.
The rookie receiver is week-to-week with his hamstring injury, an the Titans aren't going rush him back until he is 100% so that he's good for the rest of the year.
Corey Davis (hamstring) has been ruled out for Week 3.
Yesterday, Titans head coach Mike Mularkey said Davis was day-to-day with his hamstring injury sustained in Sunday's win over the Jaguars, but it's apparently worse. The rookie receiver missed the entire preseason dealing with a hamstring issue, so this is something that needs to get sorted out moving forward. Marcus Mariota will rely on Rishard Matthews and Eric Decker at receiver more in a difficult matchup agustin the Seahawks, while rookie Taywan Taylor should see some more playing time. Being ruled out this early isn't a great sign for Davis' Week 4 status.
Corey Davis held to one catch in Week 2 win.
Davis had to contend with A.J. Bouye and Jalen Ramsey in a game that the Titans handled, so it's not a big surprise or concern. The fifth-overall pick gets another rough matchup with the Seahawks next Sunday, so he should remain on the bench.
Corey Davis leads the Titans in targets in Week 1.
The rookie receiver looked great in his first NFL game, catching six-of-ten targets for 69 yards. His stats weren't astronomical, but Davis looks good and athletic out there as he showed his acceleration and ability after the catch. Davis is in FLEX consideration for Week 2 against Jacksonville.
Rookie Corey Davis returns to Titans practice.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported yesterday Davis is expected to play in Week 1, and this is right in line with that. Titans head coach Mike Mularkey said "the plan" is to have Davis out there for the opening game. The fifth overall pick in the draft has a few practices to work his way back and with the first-team offense. Davis might not have a huge early-season impact after missing so much time, but he's still an upside fantasy selection late in drafts.
Corey Davis is expected to be ready for Week 1, according to Ian Rapoport.
The rookie receiver missed basically all of the preseason with a hamstring injury, so he's behind the eight-ball. The Titans are still going to look for big things from the fifth overall pick in the draft, and he could still step right in as one of the team's top three receivers. We're not saying he's going to have close to the rookie season Odell Beckham Jr. did in 2014, but OBJ also missed a ton of time (into the regular season) during his rookie year and went on to put up huge numbers. Davis is worth a selection late in fantasy drafts.
Corey Davis is still out with a hamstring injury.
The rookie receiver has been out since the first week of training camp and won't play in the team's third preseason game. This has become a slight concern for his early season fantasy value, but it's possible the fifth overall pick in the draft gets thrown right into the lineup in Week 1. Davis is going outside the top 40 receivers, so you don't need to overdraft to get him. Rishard Matthews looks like he'll be Marcus Mariota's number one wide receiver this season, though.
Corey Davis is "week-to-week" with his hamstring injury.
Titans head coach Mike Mularkey was on 104.5 The Zone in Nashville and gave the update on his rookie receiver. Mularkey said Davis is week-to-week and will be out for "at least a week" as they play it by ear. The team isn't going to rush the fifth overall pick in the draft, but he's missing some valuable time as he tries to get acclimated with quarterback Marcus Mariota. Eric Decker or fellow rookie Taywan Taylor will look to step up as the number two opposite Richard Matthews while Davis is out.
Corey Davis is getting an MRI on his hamstring.
Davis was injured during today's practice and they are getting an MRI to determine the extent of the injury. Hopefully it's just minor, but hamstring injuries can obviously linger for quite a while depending on the severity. We should know more in the next 24 hours.
Rookie receiver Corey Davis started out practice with the first-team offense today.
It's notable because this was Davis' first training camp practice, and Jim Wyatt of the team official's site said Davis lined up opposite Rishard Matthews on the first offensive snap of the day. The fifth overall pick in the draft is fully expected to be one of Marcus Mariota's top options this year, and this confirms the team expects him to step right in and be that. The Titans have a deep receiving group with their offseason additions, but the top three receivers are likely going to be Matthews and Davis with Eric Decker in the slot.
Titans receiver Harry Douglas is excited about the team's rookie receivers.
Douglas said rookies Corey Davis and Taywan Taylor are "special." The veteran receiver said he loves the work ethic of the rookies and thinks "they are going to do big things" for the team. Douglas has been around a lot of good players throughout his career, including Julio Jones and Roddy White, and the former Falcon has been helpful for the first rounder Davis and the third rounder Taylor as they get adjusted to the NFL. The two rookies could both be solid contributors to the Titans in their first season. Davis in particular could put up some big numbers as a rookie.
Corey Davis says his ankle is 100 percent.
The fifth overall pick from April's draft did full work on Tuesday at Titans minicamp, which is obviously a great sign if he is to make a big year-one impact. Being healthy up to and through training camp and into the regular season will allow the rookie to get comfortable with the offense and transition to the NFL from the MAC. We doubt Davis will be a big-time fantasy contributor in a run-heavy offense, but he will probably be a popular pick in the mid-to-late rounds based on his talent and draft status.
Titans take the first receiver off the board, select small-school receiver Corey Davis from Western Michigan fifth overall.
A four-year starter for the small-school Broncos, Corey Davis totaled 5,285 yards and 52 touchdowns on 332 catches at Western Michigan, including 97 catches for 1,500 yards and 19 touchdowns as a senior in 2016. Many people think he is a high-floor prospect, but Davis could face a difficult transition from the MAC to the NFL, and getting a good evaluation on him was made harder by him not running a 40-yard dash in the pre-draft process. Nevertheless, the Titans felt comfortable selecting him with a top five pick, and he could be inserted right in as Marcus Mariota's number one receiver—a potential high upside spot.