Corey Davis

Football Player

Corey Davis was born in Chicago, Illinois, United States on January 11th, 1995 and is the Football Player. At the age of 29, Corey Davis biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 11, 1995
United States
Place of Birth
Chicago, Illinois, United States
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American Football Player, Gridiron Football Player
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Corey Davis Life

Corey Damon Davis (born January 11, 1995) is an American football wide receiver for the Tennessee Titans of the National Football League. (NFL).

He played football at Western Michigan, where he went on to be the NCAA's career receiving yards leader.

In the 2017 NFL Draft, he was drafted fifth overall by the Titans.

Early years

Davis, the second youngest of seven siblings, attended Wheaton South High School in Wheaton, Illinois. He was called up to varsity to play alongside his big brother Titus Davis, who went on to become Central Michigan University's all-time leading receiver in touchdowns and yards from scrimmage. The pair were a member of the Illinois Class 7A state championship team, winning 14–0. Corey had 45 receptions and six receiving touchdowns as a senior on the season. He developed a strong relationship with former Tampa Bay Buccaneers player Dan Graham while playing for the Wheaton Rams in youth football. He decided to move out of his family's 2-bedroom apartment and into the Graham family, who would later become Davis' legal guardians. Davis did not receive any scholarships until late in his senior year. Davis struggled in school during his first three years of high school. The Grahams recruited a personal tutor for him in order to ensure that his GPA is high enough to qualify for a NCAA scholarship. Davis signed to Western Michigan University to play college football after graduation, his first Division I scholarship.


Corey Davis Career

College career

Davis, a true freshman at Western Michigan in 2013, set school freshman records with 67 receptions for 941 yards and was named Mid-American Conference Freshman of the Year in 2013.

Davis had 78 receptions for 1,408 yards and 15 touchdowns as a sophomore in 2014.

Davis had 90 receptions for 1,436 yards and 12 touchdowns as a freshman in 2015.

Davis made the all-time FBS leader in receiving yards against the Toledo Rockets on November 25, 2016, smashing the previous record held by Nevada's Trevor Insley. He was named Conference Offensive Player of the Year, as well as the First-Team All-MAC.

Davis earned a mastery in sports administration.

†NCAA Division 1 FBS all-time record

Professional career

Davis attended the NFL Scouting Combine, but he was unable to participate in athletic drills due to an ankle injury. Davis is reported to have scored 31 on the Wonderlic test. Despite an accident that kept Davis unable to attend pre-draft workouts, he was also deemed a top wide receiver prospect for the 2017 NFL Draft class.

In the first round (fifth overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft, the Tennessee Titans selected Davis. He is the best draft pick from Western Michigan University.

Davis was signed by the Titans on July 29, 2017 to a completely guaranteed four-year, $25.39 million deal with a signing bonus of $16.60 million. Davis made his NFL debut in the Titans' season-opening 26-16 loss to the Oakland Browners, receiving six receptions for 69 yards. Davis was battling a hamstring injury for a large portion of the season, and he had 34 receptions for 375 yards in his rookie year. In the 2017 AFC Divisional Round 35–14 loss to the New England Patriots, Davis scored his first two NFL touchdowns from Marcus Mariota. He finished the game with five receptions for 63 yards and the two aforementioned touchdowns.

Davis had nine receptions for 161 yards against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 4, including the game-winning touchdown from Marcus Mariota in overtime. Davis had another good outing against the New England Patriots on November 11, catching seven passes for 125 yards and a touchdown as the Titans defeated by 34 points. He had one rush for 39 yards and four passes for 96 yards and a touchdown two weeks later in a 34-17 road loss to the Houston Texans. Davis ran once for 12 yards and three passes for 42 yards, including the game-winning touchdown with less than a minute remaining in the next game against the New York Jets.

Davis' second season in 1996 was a success with 891 receiving yards, four receiving touchdowns, and 55 running yards. He led the Titans in receptions, receiving yards, and touchdowns.

Davis caught five passes for 91 yards and his first receiving touchdown of the season in the 24–10 road win over Week 4 against the Atlanta Falcons. Davis scored his second touchdown of the season against the Los Angeles Chargers in 23–20, three weeks later. Due to a hip injury, he did not play against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 10. Davis played in 13 games and 11 starts in his third season, with 43 receptions for 601 yards and two touchdowns. In the Divisional Round of the playoffs against the Baltimore Ravens, he intercepted a three-yard touchdown pass from running back Derrick Henry in the 28-12 road victory.

Davis' contract was not renewed until the fifth year of his deal, making him a free agent in 2021. At the start of training camp on July 28, 2020, he was put on the team's active/physically inactive list. After passing a physical, he was activated on August 17, 2020.

Davis had seven receptions for 101 receiving yards in the 16–14 victory over the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football in the Titans' regular season opener. By the end of October 7, he was deemed on the reserve/COVID-19 list and activated on October 19. In Week 8 against the Cincinnati Bengals, he had eight receptions for 128 yards and a touchdown. Davis decided to play against the Indianapolis Colts a day after his older brother's death from cancer, totaling five catches for 67 yards. During Week 11 against the Baltimore Ravens, Davis had five catches for 113 yards on week 11. Davis finished with eleven passes for 182 yards in Week 13 against the Cleveland Browns, both career highs, as well as a touchdown reception in the 41-35 loss. During Week 15, Davis had 4 catches for 110 yards, including a 75 yard touchdown catch during the 46-25 victory.

Davis was ranked No. 138 on the season-long poll. The NFL Top 100 Players of 2021 is 91 on the list of the top 100 players of 2021.

Davis signed with the New York Jets on a three-year, $37.5 million contract on March 18, 2021. In Week 1, he made his Jets debut against the Carolina Panthers, receiving five catches for 97 yards and two touchdowns. Zach Wilson's rookie Zach Wilson's first touchdown pass in his career. In Week 4 against the Tennessee Titans, he had four catches for 111 yards and a touchdown. Mike White intercepted Mike White's first touchdown pass against the New England Patriots in Week 7. Davis was put on injured reserve after undergoing core muscle surgery on December 7, 2021. He played for 492 yards and four touchdowns in nine games during his first season with the Jets.


Denzel Mims, a Jets wide receiver, goes public with a trade request made through his rep, saying, 'it's just time', August 26, 2022
Since multiple contenders for playing time were drafted and signed by the New York Jets, Mims no longer believes there is a place for him in the team, according to his agent Ron Slavin (via NFL Network's Ian Rapoport). 'It's just time.' Denzel performed well in good faith, but Slavin said in a tweet that he does not have a future with the Jets.
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