Davis was listed as questionable going into the game having missed last week's game against the Houston Texans. But the veteran wide receiver will make his return against the Eagles in Week 13 and could provide a sizable boost to the Jets' offense.
The other four Jets who were listed as questionable — Folorunso Fatukasi, John Franklin-Myers, Quincy Williams, and Morgan Moses — are all active as well.
Both Jets players who were listed as doubtful — Sheldon Rankins and Trevon Wesco — are inactive and will not play. The remaining five are all healthy scratches with few surprises.
Defensive end Tim Ward, running back La'Mical Perine, safety Jarrod Wilson, cornerback Rachad Wildgoose, and offensive lineman Isaiah Williams round out this week's inactives list.
The NY Jets will have Corey Davis in Week 13
Davis' return will be welcomed, especially with the team missing Keelan Cole who landed on the COVID-19 list this week. Davis and Zach Wilson had plenty of chemistry early in the year and the two will look to recapture that magic for the first time in well over a month.
The Jets will miss Rankins who has been a force as an interior pass rusher in recent weeks. Rookie Jonathan Marshall could be in line for an increase in playing time as a result.
The 2021 sixth-round pick has only been active for one game this season, that coming in the Jets' Week 4 win over the Tennessee Titans. Expect Nathan Shepherd to also see more snaps with Rankins out as well.
Austin Walter, who was elevated from the practice squad again this week, should see playing time alongside Tevin Coleman and Ty Johnson with Michael Carter out. La'Mical Perine remains a weekly healthy scratch.
The Jets will take on the Eagles on CBS starting at 1 pm ET.