The Facts: Davis said he's well aware of the noise surrounding him as heads into his second season, but quickly offered a disclaimer: “No one’s got higher expectations for me than myself,” he said.
Diehards Line: A year ago, Davis missed nearly all of training camp, the entire preseason and five regular-season games as he dealt with a nagging hamstring injury. His regular-season numbers were underwhelming: 34 catches (on 65 targets), 375 receiving yards, no touchdowns. In two playoff games, though, Davis made nine catches for 98 yards and two touchdowns. As a result After a solid showing during the first five days of training camp — one of which was used as a planned day off that Davis "earned," HC Mike Vrabel said — it's evident the 23-year-old has carried that momentum into the offseason. "I’m very hungry," Davis said. "Last year I was pretty down, I was injured most of the season. But now that I’m healthy, I’m able to come out here and perfect my craft and get better. It’s a different year, I’ll tell you that. So stay tuned." We'll do that.