Titus Davis, perhaps the greatest wide receiver in Central Michigan history, died Wednesday at the age of 27 following a bout with a rare form of kidney cancer, according to reports.
Davis starred at CMU from 2011-14 and broke program records formerly held by NFL star Antonio Brown for receiving touchdowns (37) and receiving yards (3,700). He was also the first player in FBS history to have eight or more receiving touchdowns in four different seasons.
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In July, Davis, the older brother of Tennessee Titans wide receiver Corey Davis, began chemotherapy for Renal Medullary Carcinoma, which “typically affects young adults and is almost exclusively associated with sickle cell trait,” according to the National Center for Biotechnology Information. Read from source….