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Jets say ‘our door is always open’ for WR Corey Davis

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By: Billy Riccette

A reunion between the Jets and wide receiver Corey Davis is not out of the question.

Davis recently applied for reinstatement to the NFL. He was released by the Jets, as the team had still controlled his rights, thus making him a free agent but the Jets have not ruled out bringing Davis back to the team.

“Our door is always going to be open for him,” head coach Robert Saleh said Monday at the Annual League Meeting in Orlando, noting that the team has been in “constant contact” with Davis.

Davis stepped away from football back in August after six seasons in the NFL, the last two with the Jets. In those two seasons, Davis caught 66 passes for 1,028 yards and six touchdowns. Before joining the Jets in 2021, Davis spent the first four seasons of his career with the Tennessee Titans.

The Jets added former Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams in free agency earlier this month but can still use another wide receiver. Allen Lazard, Jason Brownlee and Xavier Gipson are among those currently competing for the No. 3 role. Davis would bring more size to the outside.

The Jets would seem to welcome Davis back with open arms if things work out. The team will continue to explore their options to upgrade the wide receiver room.

Originally posted on Jets Wire