With Super Bowl LV now in the rearview mirror, the 2021 NFL offseason has officially begun for all 32 teams. The Ravens enter the offseason with some familiar needs: wide receiver, offensive line, and edge rusher. It will be tough for Baltimore to make any splash signings this offseason with the state of the salary cap, but they can still find players that can contribute in 2021.
One of those players is WR Corey Davis.
Davis was drafted out of Western Michigan with the fifth pick in the 2017 NFL Draft by the Titans. In his four seasons in Tennessee, Davis caught 207 passes for 2,851 yards and 11 touchdowns. His best season came in 2020 as he caught 65 passes for a career-high 984 yards and five touchdowns. Davis is set to be a free agent after the Titans declined his fifth-year option prior to the 2020 season.
A common sentiment is that a top wide receiver may not want to join the leading rushing offense in the NFL due to lack of targets. This would not be a problem with Davis, however, as he already played in one of the league’s top rushing teams. Tennessee finished second in rushing attempts with 521 in 2020. The Ravens were the only team to run more with 555 attempts.
Spotrac.com currently has Davis’ market value set at an average annual salary of $9.8 million.