After his conspicuous absence from Monday’s practice, wide receiver Corey Davis has returned to Titans training camp practice.
Rumors of a possible injury created a stir of panic among Titans fans. However, Davis back on the the practice field indicates that whatever he was dealing with is not a major concern.
Head coach Mike Vrabel attempted to ease anxiety yesterday when he stated Davis would be fine. A suited up Davis likely means fans can put trust in Vrabel assurances moving forward.
How active will Davis be in practice? That is not known at this time
If Davis is not as banged up as many assumed, there is a chance he could be active in the preseason opener against Green Bay.
The workload Davis receives in practice today will be telling. If he resumes normal duties, then the odds of him suiting up against the Packers increase. If he sees a lighter workload, don’t count on him catching passes from Marcus Mariota Thursday night.
Nevertheless, the news can provide Titans fans with some relief. Early reports of Davis potentially having a hamstring injury led some to wonder if he’d be dealing with nagging injuries throughout the early part of his career.
The second year receiver taken fifth overall in 2017 is eager to prove he was worth his draft selection. If health can become a non concern, he will have the opportunity to do so in OC Matt LaFleur’s new offense.
The receiving group that trots onto Lambeau Field Thursday may or may not have Davis. It is obvious the offense will flow much better with Davis on the field.
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