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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Titans have wrapped up the last of the NFL's draft picks still without a deal, agreeing to terms with the first wide receiver selected overall in Corey Davis.
The Titans announced the deal Saturday on Twitter about 30 minutes into the first practice of training camp. Terms were not disclosed.
The 6-foot-3, 209-pound receiver from Western Michigan had been the last draft pick still without a contract after defensive back Gareon Conley, the 24th pick overall, signed his deal with Oakland on Friday night.
The highest player drafted from Western Michigan, Davis set the Football Bowl Subdivision record with 5,285 yards receiving. He also was the second with 52 career touchdown catches, and he caught 97 passes for 1,500 yards with 19 TDs last season.
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