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Jets Sign Titus Davis to Reserve/Future Deal

Ex-Central Michigan WR in 3rd Stop with Team After 2 Practice Squad Stops Last Season


The Jets have signed wide receiver Titus Davis to a reserve/future contract.

This is Davis' third stint with the Jets. They signed him to their practice squad last Sept. 23, then released him Oct. 14. He was on the Bills' practice squad for three weeks, then came back to the Jets' practice squad from Nov. 16-26 before he was released again.

Davis (6'2", 190) played at Central Michigan, compiling impressive four-year totals of 204 receptions, 3,700 yards (18.1-yard avg.) and 37 touchdowns, 13 coming in his senior season of 2014. With TD totals of 8, 8, 8 and 13 in his college career, he is the first player in NCAA FBS history with eight or more receiving touchdowns in four seasons. He also returned 21 punts for an 8.8-yard average his last two seasons with the Chippewas.

He entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with San Diego after the 2014 draft and played in the Chargers' first three preseason games before being released Aug. 30.

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