Titans rookie WR Corey Davis getting MRI exam on hamstring

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Titans rookie wide receiver Corey Davis is having an MRI exam on his hamstring after being hurt catching a pass during a 1-on-1 drill.

Coach Mike Mularkey says he didn't have an update on Davis when practice ended.

The fifth overall pick out of Western Michigan and the first wide receiver drafted made a move, turned back for the catch against cornerback Logan Ryan. Davis went to the sideline, then limped off the field. Davis had been working with the first-team offense since signing his contract last weekend.

Pro Bowl running back DeMarco Murray also sat out practice with his own sore hamstring. Mularkey says Murray is day-to-day and spent practice working inside.

That left the first-team work to Derrick Henry for a second straight practice.

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