Titans WR Corey Davis out a week or longer with hamstring injury

Tennessee Titans rookie receiver Corey Davis will miss "a week, maybe longer," after an MRI on his hamstring, coach Mike Mularkey told 104.5 The Zone (Nashville, Tennessee).

Mularkey said Davis will not need surgery, and the Titans will evaluate him on a week-to-week basis. Davis suffered the hamstring injury during one-on-one drills in Thursday's practice.

Davis had no obvious cast or wrapping on his hamstring Friday. He signed autographs for fans in attendance for the Titans' special Friday Night Lights practice at Centennial High School in Franklin, Tennessee, although he did not practice.

Davis said his goal is to play in the Titans' season opener Sept. 10, against the Oakland Raiders.

While Davis is out, rookie receiver Taywan Taylor will see a big uptick in repetitions.