Just -in: Tennessee Titans Super Star down with terrible upper body injury

Tennessee Titans beat writer Paul Kuharsky provided a report giving updates on a pair of players who are coming back from injuries, punter Ryan Stonehouse and cornerback Caleb Farley.

On Monday, Kuharsky reported that Stonehouse is coming back from a torn ACL, MCL and a broken bone in his left plant leg. The usual recovery time for a torn ACL is nine months, but seeing as how Stonehouse suffered something more severe, it could take longer.

Stonehouse suffered the injuries in December, meaning he could be in danger for the start of the season. Tennessee has punter Ty Zentner, who filled in for Stonehouse last season, under contract, so he figures to get the nod if the Titans punter isn’t ready for the start of 2024. It’s very possible the Titans bring in competition for Zentner, also.

As far as Farley is concerned, Kuharsky writes that he’s taking part at the start of the offseason program, which began last Monday.

That’s a good sign for his ability to return to the field this season, but nothing should be taken for granted with the oft-injured cornerback, who was unable to take the field in 2023 following offseason back surgery that led to nerve issues that halted his ability to come back.

Nothing should be expected of the Virginia Tech product in 2024 after what we’ve seen over his first three seasons, and with the additions the Titans have made at the position this offseason, the best he can hope for is a backup role on defense, and to be a special teams contributor, as well.

The Titans will obviously decline his fifth-year option before the deadline hits on May 2, thus this will be the final year of Farley’s rookie deal and a massively important campaign for his future in the NFL.

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