The Tennessee Titans are dealing with a pair of cornerback injuries ahead of Week 6 against the Buffalo Bills, as cornerbacks Caleb Farley and Kristian Fulton remained out of practice on Thursday.

This is the second straight practice that Fulton and Farley have missed.


Farley had been dealing with a shoulder injury that forced him to miss three games before returning against the Jags in Week 5, but it isn’t clear if that’s what he’s dealing with right now. Fulton’s injury came during the win over Jacksonville.

This stands to be a big problem for the Titans. Fulton has been the team’s best cornerback this season, and Farley is slated to fill-in for the LSU product if he can’t go, as defensive coordinator Shane Bowen revealed on Thursday.

Not having both will be a huge issue against the Bills’ high-powered passing attack.

Meanwhile, there was some good news: outside linebacker Bud Dupree, wide receiver Julio Jones and safety Amani Hooker all practiced for the second straight day.

Jones has missed two games in a row, Dupree hasn’t taken a snap since Week 2, and Hooker has been on IR since the same week. All look to be on track to play on Monday night.

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