While the 4-2 Tennessee Titans are coming off a big victory over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday night, they also lost cornerback Caleb Farley for the season after suffering a torn ACL.

This comes on the heels of another corner, Kristian Fulton going on injured reserve ahead of that matchup with the Bills. While Farley will miss the entire season, Fulton is dealing with a hamstring injury and it is not known how long the 2020 second-round pick will be out.

Even before the recent injuries to Farley and Fulton, the Titans could have used an influx of talent in their cornerback group. Especially if they hope to become strong contenders down the stretch. Here are four cornerbacks the Titans should trade for to boost their cornerback group.

 

Signing Brian Poole offers easy, affordable cornerback solution for Titans

Of the four players on this player acquisition list for the Titans, cornerback Brian Poole would be by far, the easiest to acquire. Released by the New Orleans Saints on Oct. 12 with an injury settlement, it is not known whether Poole is healthy, or when he might be.

Since he has been released, Poole is available for any team to sign. Though, he may not appeal to the Titans either if he’s expected to miss a significant amount of time. When healthy, Poole posted a solid 77.1 grade at Pro Football Focus in 2020.

 

Tennessee Titans trade for Joe Haden from Pittsburgh Steelers

So, you don’t want to gamble on yet another free agent cornerback who may have injury concerns? That’s fine. There are several other cornerback options for Titans general manager Jon Robinson to look into.