Titans will not pick up Caleb Farley’s fifth-year option

The Titans haven’t gotten much from cornerback Caleb Farley in his first three NFL seasons and aren’t making plans for a fifth year.

ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler reports that the Titans will not exercise their option on Farley’s contract for the 2025 season. Farley would be guaranteed $12.472 million if the Titans exercise the option.

Farley has dealt with back injuries and a torn ACL since the Titans took him in the first round of the 2021 draft. He played just 12 games and missed all of last season due to back problems.

General manager Ran Carthon said this in February the team is hopeful that Farley can contribute this year, but their option decision shows that Farley has a lot to prove if he is to play a role in the organization in the future.