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Titans Replace Corey Davis by Signing Former Rams Wideout

Max Staley
The Titans replaced Corey Davis with a solid WR in Josh Reynolds.
The Titans replaced Corey Davis with a solid WR in Josh Reynolds. / Abbie Parr/Getty Images

Corey Davis never quite lived up to expectations after the Tennessee Titans used the No. 5 overall pick on him in the 2017 NFL Draft. But that's not to say he was a bust. He showcased his talent many times throughout his tenure in Tennessee, recording his best season as a pro in 2020. Davis finished the year with 984 yards and 5 TDs before joining the New York Jets in free agency.

The Titans wasted little time finding a replacement, though, signing former Los Angeles Rams wideout Josh Reynolds on Monday.

Josh Reynolds Titans

Reynolds isn't a splashy, big-name addition, but he's a really solid player. Serving as the Rams' third WR, Reynolds had 618 yards on 52 receptions in 2020. That's pretty impressive considering his both limited usage and the terrible season that Jared Goff had.

Besides, the run-heavy Titans don't need to bring in a superstar wideout. They already have one on the roster in A.J. Brown. Reynolds should be just fine as Tennessee's No. 2 option, especially with Derrick Henry setting the tone on the ground.

The Titans (+3000) are currently tied for the 13th-best Super Bowl odds in the league, per FanDuel Sportsbook.

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