Titans WR Corey Davis (hip) put in a full week of practice and isn't listed on the final Week 12 injury report. He's just a WR4 for Sunday's game against the Jaguars' 12th-ranked WR defense.
Titans WR Corey Davis (hip) missed his 2nd straight practice on Thursday. We don't have any details on the hip injury, but he's at least in some danger of missing this weekend's game against the Chiefs. Check back tomorrow for another update.
Titans WR Corey Davis (hamstring) is not listed on the final Week 17 injury report. He was added on Thursday and limited again on Friday, but the hammy obviously isn’t a major concern. With either a banged-up Marcus Mariota or Blaine Gabbert under center, Davis is an unexciting WR3.
Titans WR Corey Davis was added to the Thursday's injury report as limited with a hamstring. He's dealt with hamstring trouble throughout his first 2 NFL seasons, so this is certainly worth monitoring. We'll get another update on Davis tomorrow.
Titans WR Corey Davis (hamstring) isn't listed on the final Week 9 injury report. He put in a full practice on Saturday after being limited on Thursday and Friday. Davis is safe to use as you normally would for Monday night's game against the Cowboys.
Titans WR Corey Davis (hamstring) is not listed on the final injury report. He was limited on Wednesday and Thursday but put in a full workout on Friday. The hammy doesn’t seem like a concern, but Tennessee’s QB situation certainly is. Davis is a shaky WR3 for Week 2.
Titans WR Corey Davis told WKRN-TV on Monday that he "feels good" and expects to play Saturday against the Buccaneers. Davis missed a few days of practice and sat out the preseason opener with an undisclosed injury. He referred to the time away only as "maintenance days" after returning to practice over the weekend. We'll keep an eye out for further details. But if Davis stays on the field, then we won't worry too much. It's worth noting that whenever the 2nd-year wideout finally appears in an exhibition, it'll be his 1st as a pro. Davis missed the whole preseason as a rookie while dealing with nagging hamstring trouble.
The Titans are "counting on [WR Corey] Davis to make a big leap in Year 2," according to Jim Wyatt of the team's official website. Wyatt called Davis "one of the stars during the early portion of offseason work," noting that he "looked smooth during the offseason, snatching the ball out of the air with ease in traffic. He went up high to make some spectacular catches." A hamstring injury wrecked most of Davis' rookie season, but he flashed late with a 6-91 line in Week 16 and then a 5-63-2 in Tennessee's playoff loss to the Patriots. With better health -- and a more modern offense under new OC Matt LaFleur -- Davis is a prime 2018 breakout candidate.
Titans HC Mike Mularkey said Sunday that WR Corey Davis (hamstring) is "on track" to play in the preseason. Whether that's the 3rd or 4th preseason game (or both) remains unclear. The important takeaway, though, is that Davis should be ready to roll come Week 1. He's missed valuable time since going down on August 3. But the rookie was running with the 1st-team offense before the injury and figures to return to a prominent role. He's fairly priced at his late-7th-round ADP.
Titans HC Mike Mularkey labeled WR Corey Davis "week to week" with his hamstring injury. "We're just going to play it by ear and see how it is," Mularkey added. "He'll be out at least a week, maybe longer." Davis is obviously dealing with something more than a minor injury. Barring a setback, he should be ready for the start of the regular season. But the missed time is no good for a rookie.
Titans WR Corey Davis is dealing with a hamstring injury, HC Mike Mularkey announced on Thursday. He's heading for an MRI, which will show the extent of the damage. Davis was off to a strong start at camp, running with the 1st-team offense. We'll see how long this injury keeps him shelved. The rookie is coming off the board as WR42 in recent MFL10 drafts.
The Titans used the #5 overall pick on WR Corey Davis. He was a stat-compiling machine at Western Michigan, leaving as the NCAA’s record holder for career receiving yards (5,278). After posting a 67-941-6 line as a true freshman, he topped 1,400 yards and 12 TDs in each of his final 3 seasons. He certainly squared off against some weaker competition in the MAC but also averaged 5.8 catches, 77.9 yards and .6 TDs in 9 games against “Power 5” conferences (ACC, SEC, Big 10, Big 12, Pac 12). An ankle injury prevented Davis from working out in the pre-draft process, but he looks plenty athletic on film. He’s also 1 of the most advanced route runners in the class. Davis has a shot to quickly become Tennessee’s #1 WR, bumping Rishard Matthews to the #2 spot. QB Marcus Mariota’s stock is on the rise.
©2019 Draft Sharks | website by:
687 Lee Road, Suite 208, Rochester, NY 14606 | 833-333-7238