Titans’ first-round pick Corey Davis needs MRI on injured hamstring

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The Tennessee Titans may be without wide receiver Corey Davis for a while after the rookie suffered a hamstring injury Thursday.

The No. 5 overall pick of the draft needs an MRI to determine the extend of the damage, reports Jim Wyatt of Titans online.

This is obviously a very unfortunate development, especially given the fact Tennessee has been counting on the impressive rookie to become a difference maker right out of the gate.

He’s been running with the first team in training camp, which is impressive on its own considering Davis missed offseason workouts recovering from the ankle injury that kept him from competing at the combine.

At Western Michigan, Davis broke the FBS record for most receiving yards in a career (5,278), catching 331 passes and 52 touchdowns.