We are already into the thick of the NFL offseason and that means free agency. Teams can’t contact free agents until March 15th, but news of the top players will circulate as we close in on that starting point. Dak Prescott, Chris Godwin, Allen Robinson, and Kenny Golladay are just a few of the big names set to hit unrestricted free agency when the new league year opens on March 17th. One or more stands a good chance of signing a contract with their current team or being franchise tagged before then, but there is a chance one or more is taking calls when the tampering period opens on March 15th.
2020 in review
The Davis hype out of college never truly manifested in the pros, but 2020 saw Davis put together his best season. He ended the year playing in 14 games and catching 65 passes for 984 yards and five touchdowns with career highs of 15.1 yards per reception and a 70.7 percent catch rate.
Davis isn’t going to be a No. 1 wide receiver wherever he goes, but he could be a strong No. 2 somewhere. He should get a lot of attention from the somewhat wide array of teams looking for wide receiver help, like the New York Jets, Chicago Bears, New England Patriots, Washington Football Team, Baltimore Ravens, New York Giants, Miami Dolphins, Las Vegas Raiders and Cincinnati Bengals to name a few.
Do the Titans want to keep him?
Both WR Corey Davis and TE Jonnu Smith are aware that the #Titans will not be bringing them back to Nashville. Both will hit the free agent market per sources.— Dianna Russini (@diannaESPN) March 15, 2021
They do, but general manager Jon Robinson says he could end up going elsewhere this offseason, per Pro Football Talk. With the salary cap being tough for all teams this year, maybe the TItans are able to retain him, but he will be able to test the market for sure.
His landing spot is going to determine his fantasy value next season, but it would be difficult for him to go to a team that runs the ball more than the Titans. He should find himself in a spot that at least gives him similar upside in fantasy as he had in Tennessee.