Report: Corey Davis agrees to three-year, $37.5 million deal with Jets

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The Titans used the fifth overall choice on Corey Davis in 2017, but after failing to record a 1,000-yard season in his four seasons, the receiver is leaving Tennessee.

Davis has agreed to a three-year, $37.5 million deal with the Jets that includes $27 million guaranteed, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

Davis, 26, had his best season in 2020, posting career highs in receiving yards (984), 100-yard receiving games (five), average yards per reception (15.1) and touchdown receptions (five).

The Titans elected not to exercise the fifth-year option on Davis’ contract, making him a free agent.

He leaves Tennessee after totaling 207 receptions for 2,851 yards and 11 touchdowns.

6 responses to “Report: Corey Davis agrees to three-year, $37.5 million deal with Jets

  1. That’s too much for a questionable number two receiver. He’s serviceable, but not wowing. Easily replaceable by the Titans as well.

  2. Man, I truly wish my 49ers would have signed Corey. He’s a good wide receiver.

  3. Media focus for this offseason WAY-OFF. the talk has been FA are in for a rude awaking, agents telling their clients ” the cold hard truth” etc… the talk SHOULD be about which teams are smartest or willing to be riskier when it comes to salary cap gymnastics. FA are signing for as much as any other offseason. this Carey Davis signing and pretty much every other FA signing today says that…. Kenny Golladay (estatic), Juju and Curtis Samuel should be happy too

  4. Most Jets fans hate every signing but this is a great signing. Kenny Golladay would be icing on the cake those two with Denzel Mims.

  5. Hope Davis continues to get better. The emergence of AJ Brown made him expendable but Jonnu Smith was a big loss for the Titans as well … Could Fuller from Houston come over and stay healthy ?

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