The Tennessee Titans hit a bit of a “reset” button at the Cornerback position this off-season. Early on, it seems to be paying off. The secondary, as a whole, dazzled against the Atlanta Falcons’ 2nd and 3rd-team offense in their first preseason game last Friday and have continued that good play this week in training camp.

The difference this week? Some of the reps are against Tom Brady and the Super Bowl Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Caleb Farley

The aforementioned rookie cornerback is now the most involved in practice that he has been all of training camp. His physical abilities flash consistently and catch the eye of everyone that sees him on the field.

Farley is a bit farther down on the first Titans depth chart than some expected, but that’s nothing new when it comes to rookies. There will be “rookie bumps”, but it seems almost inevitable that his athletic ability will have him climbing it in no time. Even if he does begin the year as a depth CB, he provides a ton of upside to have as a backup in the secondary.

Janoris Jenkins

Veteran Janoris Jenkins headlines the new group at cornerback in terms of experience, and he’s invigorated the unit as a whole. Many players and coaches have mentioned his presence and energy. He’s been performing on the field as well. “Jackrabbit” is proving himself to be a really valuable addition to the defense.

Kristian Fulton
So far, the breakout player of the defense in training camp is second-year CB Kristian Fulton.

He looks healthy after having some injury issues in his rookie season. Fulton is an explosive athlete and has had some impressive ball production in practices. The Titans surely hope that will translate to the games that count here in a few weeks. The former LSU Tiger continues to show off his athleticism and make plays.

Amani Hooker

Safety Amani Hooker continues to impress, too. Hooker was a young fan favorite entering this off-season after he made some big plays for the Titans last season. He looks to be rounding into a really well-rounded safety alongside Kevin Byard.

Pick your favorite if you’d like, but so many pieces of the Tennessee secondary are showing out in training camp. The improvement is sure to be exciting.