Corey Davis

#84 WR / Tennessee Titans / EXP: 0YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 209 lb Age: 22 College: Western Michigan Bye 8

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  • Davis turned seven targets into three catches for 27 yards in Thursday's 40-17 loss to Pittsburgh. Davis finished second on the team in targets to Delanie Walker (nine), but his receiving yardage total was only good for fifth. While the rookie showed tremendous body control on a 15-yard sideline catch to set up a Marcus Mariota rushing touchdown in the first quarter, Mariota's erratic day through the air prevented Davis from making any more exciting plays. It's clear the potential is there, and the No. 5 overall pick could still end up being a difference maker down the stretch if he and Mariota can get on the same page.

  • Davis turned 10 targets into four catches for 48 yards and lost a fumble in Sunday's 24-20 win over the Bengals. While his final stat line was nothing to write home about, Davis led his team in targets, narrowly edging out Delanie Walker (nine) and Rishard Matthews (seven). It looks like Davis and quarterback Marcus Mariota are still trying to get on the same page after the fifth-overall pick of the 2017 draft was sidelined for the better part of two months by a hamstring injury, but Davis' increased involvement since his return bodes well for the duo's future.

  • Titans' Corey Davis: Could get more playing time
    By RotoWire Staff

    Titans head coach Mike Mularkey said Davis could see an uptick in snaps in the second half of the season, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Making his first appearance since Week 2 in Sunday's 23-10 win over the Ravens, Davis caught two of five targets for 28 yards while logging 75 percent of the team's offensive snaps. There isn't that much room for his playing time to increase, but it sounds as if Davis could push for the 80-to-90 percent range sooner rather than later. Any extra work likely would come at the expense of Rishard Matthews and Eric Decker, the latter of whom handled his lowest snap share (44 percent) of the season in Sunday's win. Davis and Matthews will be the best bets for production in Week 10 against the Bengals.

  • Titans' Corey Davis: Cleared for Week 9 return
    By RotoWire Staff

    Davis (hamstring) will play in Sunday's game against Baltimore, though Titans head coach Mike Mularkey wasn't willing to guarantee that the rookie would receive a full workload, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. A full practice participant since Wednesday, the No. 5 overall pick in the 2017 draft has been cleared to play in a game for the first time since Week 2. He may be eased back into action as the No. 3 receiver, but Eric Decker's continued inefficiency (6.2 yards per target this season) suggests Davis should push for a top-two role within the next few weeks. Davis will return to a difficult matchup against a Baltimore defense that's surrendered only 112.9 receiving yards per game to opposing wideouts. Cleveland's Rashard Higgins (95 yards in Week 2) is the only wideout who has come anywhere close to the century mark against the Ravens in 2017.

  • Titans' Corey Davis: Logs full practice
    By RotoWire Staff

    Davis (hamstring) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice, Paul Kuharsky of 104.5 The Zone reports. Davis returned to practice on a limited basis Monday before putting in a full workout two days later. Both Davis and head coach Mike Mularkey have strongly hinted that the wideout will play in Sunday's game against Baltimore, though the rookie did admit that he expects his role to be limited. Given that Eric Decker is producing just 6.2 yards per target for the season, Davis should make a push for the No. 2 receiver job sooner rather than later, assuming he avoids yet another aggravation of the hamstring injury.

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