Cornerback Kristian Fulton will be out of Monday night's game against the Buffalo Bills with a hamstring injury.
Fulton sustained the injury in the second half of the Titans win over Jacksonville last Sunday, and did not practice all week. His absence likely means that first-round pick Caleb Farley could get his first career start against the potent Bills passing game.
Farley missed time early in the season, but came off the bench to spell Fulton after the injury last week.
The Titans other options at cornerback would be Breon Borders and Chris Jackson, who has played in the slot this year, but could play outside if needed.
Also out is backup inside linebacker Monty Rice the Titans third-round pick, who is suffering from a groin injury. The Titans brought back veteran linebacker Avery Williamson earlier this week, and he likely will be the team's top backup behind David Long and Rashaan Evans on Monday night.
Three Titans players are questionable for the game. Fullback Khari Blasingame is questionable with a shoulder injury, while backup running back Jeremy McNichols is 50/50 with an ankle injury and receiver/punt returner Chester Rogers is questionabel with a groin issue.