The New York Jets have made their first splash signing of the offseason in coming to phrases with former Tennessee Titans extensive receiver Corey Davis.
In response to NFL insider Adam Schefter, the Jets and Davis have agreed on a 3-year deal value $37 million with $27 million of that assured.
A former first-round draft alternative (fifth total), Davis had his finest professional season in 2020 when he hauled in 65 passes for 984 yards in a run-heavy offense. Davis additionally posted profession highs in touchdowns (5) and yards per reception (15.1) final season.
The 6′ 3” Davis will pair with second 12 months receiver Denzel Mims to provide the Jets a pair of massive receivers on the surface in Mike Lafleur’s offense.
Davis is the second free agent the Jets have added after signing linebacker Jarrad Davis earlier within the day, netting the Jets one other former first-round draft alternative.
The Jets and Davis will now wait till the seventeenth when gamers can formally put pen to paper and make the deal official.