Jets reach out to Corey Davis for possible reunion

The Jets have expressed interest in re-signing wide receiver Corey Davis, who was released on March 14 after applying for reinstatement to the NFL. According to Coach Robert Saleh, the team is in regular communication with Davis and the door is always open for him to return. Reporter Connor Hughes has also indicated that the Jets are interested in bringing Davis back to the team.

If Davis does return, it would provide a significant boost to the Jets’ already formidable wide receiving group, which includes Garrett Wilson and recently-signed Mike Williams. Last August, Davis took a break from the game but was reinstated earlier this month, allowing him to make a comeback to the NFL. Prior to joining the Jets in 2021, Davis spent his first four years with the Tennessee Titans.

During his time with the Jets, Davis showed promise as a valuable asset to their offense, recording 66 receptions for 1,028 yards and six touchdowns in his first two seasons with the team. If he returns and re-signs with Gang Green, it could potentially create a dynamic wide receiving corps that opposing teams will have to contend with.

By Samantha Johnson

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