It had to have been a very taxing and emotional couple of months for Tennessee Titans rookie cornerback Caleb Farley. Who knew that a man that sat out of the 2020 college football season could stir up so much controversy?
Farley appeared in 23 games with Virginia Tech from 2018 to 2019 but has also had two back surgeries since the last time played football. That’s been said enough though. How about we take a break about that and talk about some other stuff?
Here are three fun facts about the Tennessee Titans rookie.
Here’s an attempt to talk about Caleb Farley without talking about injuries or expressing concern about what happens if he might get hurt again.
1. The Tennessee Titans could create an offensive package for Farley if they’re interested.
Farley was actually recruited to Blacksburg to play wide receiver. The Titans will never let it happen, but if Tennessee completely takes it back to the basics of the most basic level of football and reverts to some prep-level form of thinking, this is an interesting option if the team wants to start letting some of their stars work both ways.
2. We may have a backup for Tannehill.
If something happens to Ryan Tannehill, the Titans may have something. Before most of the football world had ever heard of him, Caleb Farley was the starting quarterback at Maiden High School in the beautiful state of North Carolina.
During his senior year, he tossed 21 touchdowns while throwing for 1,776 yards. He threw 124 touchdowns and racked up over 10,000 total yards during his prep career.
3. Try an All-Acc nod in 2020 on for size.
Not only was Farley an All-ACC nod. He was a first-teamer. He was clearly the best cornerback in the ACC when he was playing. The Tennessee Titans got a steal at 22.