Derrick Henry would possibly stick with the Titans in spite of everything: ‘door isn’t utterly closed’

NFL free agent operating again Derrick Henry may stick with the Tennessee Titans in spite of everything, based on Jeremy Fowler of ESPN. The four-time Professional Bowler is keen to check the market regardless of these at his place getting paid lower than each different participant, aside from kickers and punters, after all.

Henry, 30, led the league in carries with 280 and was second in speeding behind San Francisco 49ers RB Christian McCaffrey final season. The Titans legend will most probably obtain what he is searching for elsewhere, however Tennessee may very well be the winners of a league that does not admire its backs.

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“Operating again Derrick Henry is unlikely to return to the Tennessee Titans after a historic eight-year run, per sources, although the door isn’t utterly closed,” Fowler tweeted. “Henry would go away TEN with 9,502 yards, 90 touchdowns, two speeding titles, one OPOY and 4 Professional Bowls.”

He’s additionally 508 yards away from surpassing Eddie George because the franchise’s profession main rusher, which may very well be one other incentive, particularly because the crew fired head coach Mike Vrabel and is beginning recent.

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Titans common supervisor Ran Carthon is in his second season on the helm and would possibly want Henry because the chief whereas rookie head coach Brian Callahan will get settled.

If the Baltimore Ravens are keen to pay Henry sufficient for him to hitch them, he’ll by no means look again, however lack of cash would possibly make the RB keep put within the metropolis he has known as residence for eight years.

Henry is considered one of solely eight gamers in league historical past to run for a minimum of 2,000 yards in a season and has 90 speeding touchdowns, tied with Eric Dickerson and Curtis Martin for thirteenth in NFL historical past.

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