NASHVILLE, Tenn. – When the Titans blew up the cornerback position in the offseason, their intention was to let 2020 second-rounder Kristian Fulton grow and surround him with fresh options.

As Malcolm Butler and Adoree Jackson left, Janoris Jenkins and Caleb Farley arrived.

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But during the team’s terrific month-long tear through four high-quality opponents, Jenkins, Farley and Fulton didn’t play one snap together. Fulton’s been out since suffering a hamstring injury in Week 5 and Farley suffered a season-ending ACL tear after 28 snaps a week later.

Like last season, the Titans had to piece together a patchwork secondary because of injuries. This time, the team has gotten far better results.

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