The Tennessee Titans were featured in national news over the past several days.
Caleb Farley’s house exploded, which is under investigation.
His father was in the house at the time of the explosion, and it has been reported that he passed away.
After this tragic incident, head coach Mike Vrabel and teammate Derrick Henry expressed their condolences via a press conference.
Vrabel said, “What’s most important is that we can do everything we can to support [Caleb].”
"What's most important is that we do everything we can to support [Caleb]"
Mike Vrabel, Harold Landry and Derrick Henry send their love and support to teammate Caleb Farley 💙 pic.twitter.com/OCDppQFCIs
— Tennessee Titans (@Titans) August 23, 2023
At this point, Vrabel isn’t worried about football and when Farley will return to the field.
With less than three weeks until the regular season begins, Vrabel could have discussed the team’s outlook for the upcoming year.
He made it abundantly clear that the organization is behind Farley and wishes his family the best.
Henry echoed similar statements, saying, “I pray for his family. Send my condolences.”
Henry indicated that he was with Farley the night of the accident, as they were the last teammates in the locker room.
Farley is a valued member of this team, and he’ll be greatly missed while he’s out taking care of his family.
While it may be difficult for the Titans to think about the task at hand, the show must go on.
The Titans are slated to face off against the New England Patriots for their preseason finale.
They will continue preparing for this game while continuing to keep the Farley family in their thoughts and prayers.
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