In 2021, the New York Jets signed Corey Davis to be the new number one wide receiver in their offense. The hope was that Davis could be the top target for Zach Wilson, who they just drafted with the second overall pick that year.
Fast forward two seasons and both players are going to have a tough time seeing any meaningful snaps with Aaron Rodgers now the starting quarterback and a wide receiver position that has Garrett Wilson, Allen Lazard, Mecole Hardman, and Randall Cobb.
In two seasons with the Jets, Davis only had 66 receptions, 1,028 receiving yards, and six touchdowns. He also has dealt with injuries during that time missing multiple games in both seasons.
Similar to Chase Claypool, Corey Davis presents a potential bargain for the Buffalo Bills to replace Gabe Davis. He is still relatively young and Josh Allen would be the best quarterback he had throwing him the ball. Some of his best seasons have been when he can play that number two role in an offense, like in Tennessee with A.J. Brown on the other side.