In advance of training camp, the Titans made several roster moves on Saturday headlined by a pair of key defensive players.
Both moves stem from previous injuries. Dupree tore his ACL while with the Steelers last December. He hasn’t laid out a clear timeline for his return, recently noting it’s not his decision.
Farley underwent back surgery in March and was unable to participate in the team’s offseason program. Jim Wyatt of the team’s website reported earlier this month that Farley should be on the field before the end of the summer.
Finally, veteran defensive lineman Abry Jones has elected to retire, with the club placing him on the reserve/retired list on Saturday. Jones signed with Tennessee in June but apparently will not play a game with the club. He played five games for Jacksonville last year before going on injured reserve with an ankle injury.
Overall, he appeared in 105 games with 52 starts, recording 9.5 sacks, 18 tackles for loss, and 15 quarterback hits.