Titans Cornerback Likely Done For The Season

The Tennessee Titans have looked fantastic as of late, taking control of the AFC South with 6 wins in 7 weeks, but they've had plenty of injury issues, and the latest is one of the worst, as second year cornerback Caleb Farley has suffered a herniated disk injury, and according to ESPN's Turron Davenport, this is likely going to cost him the rest of his 2022 season.

Farley was drafted in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft, at No. 22 overall, but unfortunately, his rookie campaign was cut short after tearing his ACL in Week 6 of his rookie year, and now, after starting well in 2022, he has suffered his second devastating injury in as many years. 

The team still has one of the best defensive units in the NFL, as they showed as much in Week 10 when they held the Broncos to just 10 points, but now, they'll have to finish the 2022 season without one of their bright young defensive backs, who has another long road to recovery until he can make his impact at the NFL level.

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