Tennessee Titans rookie WR Corey Davis is expected to be back in time for the team’s regular season opener against the Oakland Raiders on Sunday, September 10.
With the season looming, health questions come into focus. For #Titans, WR Corey Davis (hamstring) is expected to be ready for the opener
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 29, 2017
Davis has been out of action for basically all of training camp with a hamstring injury. He has not and likely will not play in the preseason. Davis did return to practice on Tuesday, so it would be nice for him to get some reps in the preseason finale, but it does not seem likely.
Back in minicamp, Davis was lining up with the Titans’ first-team offense.
Davis will almost certainly be brought along slowly so as to not re-injure himself, but he should still be in the mix with the starting unit. Eric Decker and Rishard Matthews are the safest players to start out for Tennessee, but if Davis can stay healthy, he may unseat at least one of them at some point.