Titans Place Corner on Injured Reserve

The Tennessee Titans will be without cornerback Caleb Farley for at least four weeks. The second-year defensive back was placed on injured reserve Tuesday afternoon due to a back injury.
Farley suffered a herniated disc during the Titans' Week 10 17-10 win over the Denver Broncos. He could potentially miss the remainder of the season with the injury. It's the second major injury of Farley's young career: he tore his ACL in 2021.

The Titans defense should be able to survive Farley's absence. The second-year corner has only played 103 snaps for the league's eighth-ranked scoring defense. They'll continue to lean on Roger McCreary and Kristian Fulton at cornerback for the remainder of the season.

Farley initially joined the Titans as their 22nd overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. He was a star at Virginia Tech from 2019 to 2020, but he has seen limited action in the pros, appearing in only 12 games and making two starts. Hopefully, he'll be able to come back healthy and ready to compete in 2023.
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