Corey Davis quietly paced along the sideline in practices over the last few weeks. He's itching to get back after a hamstring injury forced him to miss most of training camp.
"He is frustrated, without showing it, about not being able to be with his teammates," Tennessee Titans coach Mike Mularkey said. "He wants to be out there, more than we want him to be out there."
The good news is he won't have to be frustrated too much longer. Mularkey said Davis "ahead of schedule" in his recovery and on track to play in the Titans' preseason finale Aug. 31 at Kansas City "if he continues to progress like he is."
The story said Davis has showed flashes of being the team's top receiver, but the team wants to avoid the hamstring injury lingering into the regular season. Even if he plays in the final preseason game he's likely behind in terms of camp and that could cause a slow start in the regular season. He's ranked 49th on our WR list.