The Tennessee Titans came out of the 2023 NFL Draft with six players and many of them should go on to fill key roles next season. This is good news for a roster that was in need of an infusion of talent. On the other hand, this will make it difficult for a handful of players to stick around in 2023.
In fact, these three players will probably enter training camp in the roster bubble and may need to stand out if they don't want to get a visit from the Turk before the start of the regular season.
No. 3 Titans player on the training camp roster bubble: Caleb Farley, CB
The Titans didn't select a single defensive player in the draft but that doesn't mean Caleb Farley is safe ahead of the 2023 season. Although he had a highly productive collegiate career and entered the 2021 draft as an intriguing cornerback talent, he's failed to stay healthy the last two years. In that span, injuries have limited the Virginia Tech product to six games and in a sport where availability is the best ability, he might have trouble holding onto a roster spot.
Farley is currently recovering from an offseason procedure he underwent to repair a herniated disc last year and head coach Mike Vrabel says he's trending in the right direction. However, it wouldn't be shocking if the Titans' brass decides they've seen enough and pulled the plug on him.
While it always stings to give up on a former first-round pick who didn't live up to expectations, Tennessee is better off cutting their losses and five Farley's roster spot to a player that can actually contribute.