NASHVILLE, Tenn. – That Caleb Farley dropped a ball in a tipped pass drill (pictured) was hardly the most important thing about his first day on the field for training camp for the Titans.

Off NFI and with the team’s cornerbacks and defensive backs for the start of practice, the team’s first-round pick was in the mix and not operating at limited speed for what he did, a very positive sign 41 days ahead of the regular-season opener.

Caleb Farley Defensive Drills Practice

I wouldn’t expect Farley, recovering from two back surgeries, to be in pads with the rest of the team Tuesday, or at least not do any hitting in them. But he’ll get a morning assessment from Todd Torricelli and Frank Piraino and is on his way back.

Barring a big setback, it seems like it’d be OK to feel good about his chances for Sept. 12 against Arizona on Sept. 12.

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