Kristian Fulton out for Titans against Bills

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Titans cornerback Kristian Fulton's hamstring injury will keep him out of Monday night football against the Buffalo Bills.

Kristian Fulton

Pool photo/ George Walker, The Tennessean

First-round draft pick Caleb Farley, who missed a day of practice sick, is likely to get his first NFL start in Fulton's place. He's played just 32 snaps in two games as a shoulder injury has limited him early in his first season.

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Fulton's easily been the Titans' top cornerback this season, and probably ranks behind only Harold Landry among the team's defenders for his performance so far this season.

His is the fifth recent hamstring to appear on the Titans' injury report to go along with Julio Jones, A.J. Brown, Nick Westbrook-Ikhine and Jeremy McNichols.

McNichols now has an ankle injury. He was limited Thursday, didn't practice Friday or Saturday and is questionable for the game  


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