Gabriel Davis against the Chiefs.

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabe Davis, a full participant all week in practice, showed up as a surprise addition to the team’s injury list Saturday.

Davis is officially listed as questionable with an ankle injury, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, putting him at risk of missing Monday night’s game against the Tennessee Titans.

There’s no word on how Davis suffered the injury. ESPN reported Davis warmed up with the rest of the team for Saturday’s practice, but was then a limited participant.

The third-year receiver caught four passes for 88 yards and a touchdown in the season-opening victory over the Los Angeles Rams. Davis appears to be picking up where he left off last season when he turned heads with a record-setting four touchdown catches and 201 yards in the divisional playoff loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. That made Davis a fantasy football darling in drafts this season.

Plenty of fantasy managers are holding their breath that Davis will be available this week against the Titans. This looks like if could turn into a game-time decision, and that’s a problem for fantasy-related lineup calls given the Bills play Monday night.

If Davis can’t go, expect more targets for fellow Buffalo receivers Stefon Diggs, Isaiah McKenzie, and Jamison Crowder.

[Adam Schefter, ESPN]

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