Derrick Henry

#22 RB / Tennessee Titans / EXP: 6YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 247 lb Age: 27 College: Alabama Bye 13

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    Titans' Derrick Henry: Rumbles over Seahawks

    Derrick Henry carried the ball 35 times for 182 yards and three touchdowns in Sunday's Week 2 win over the Seahawks. He added six receptions for 55 yards.Henry appeared to be in for another disappointing game to open the season as he had only 35 yards on 13 carries through two quarters. However, he keyed a comeback effort for the Tennessee Titans in the second half by finding the end zone from 60, nine and one yards away. While hardly the highlight of his box score, Henry also tied for the team lead in receptions. His work in the passing game has always been a shortcoming, making it possible that his role in the offense only increases if he can maintain this success as a pass-catcher.

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    Titans' Derrick Henry: Sluggish start to season

    Derrick Henry ran for 58 yards on 17 carries while catching three receptions for 19 yards on four targets against Arizona on Sunday.Henry couldn't find any room to run in a 38-13 loss where the Tennessee offense completely imploded. Perhaps it's more a credit to the Cardinals defense than a sign of concern for the Tennessee Titans, but it was still a dud showing in what should have been a favorable, high-scoring scenario. It wasn't just Henry -- Ryan Tannehill and the Tennessee passing game couldn't get started either. They have the talent to bounce back with a vengeance going forward, but a Week 2 road matchup with Seattle won't exactly be welcoming.

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    Titans' Derrick Henry: No preseason action

    Derrick Henry didn't play in Saturday's preseason loss to the Bears, according to Paul Kuharsky of PaulKuharsky.com.Henry emerged from exhibition season with no snaps on his odometer as he readies for yet another massive workload in the coming campaign. Over the last two years, he's totaled 718 touches in 31 appearances en route to 3,887 yards from scrimmage and 35 touchdowns.

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    Titans' Derrick Henry: Chance to play in preseason Week 3

    Derrick Henry may see snaps during Saturday's preseason finale against the Bears, Jim Wyatt of the Tennessee Titans' official site reports.Coach Mike Vrabel said during Sunday's media availability that the Titans will move from the varied training camp schedule to a more rigid regular-season one, in essence to get a test run before Week 1. That could mean the likes of Henry, A.J. Brown and Ryan Tannehill get in-game reps before the regular season, but Vrabel might not make his decision known until closer to Saturday's 7:00 p.m. ET kickoff.

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    Titans' Derrick Henry: Not expected to play Saturday

    Derrick Henry is suited up but is not expected to play in Saturday's preseason game against Tampa Bay, Jim Wyatt of the Tennessee Titans' official site reports.Henry of course has nothing to prove, so the Titans would be served better by handing reps to his backup candidates than Henry himself. Brian Hill, Jeremy McNichols and Mekhi Sargent are fighting for the spot behind Henry and Darrynton Evans (knee).

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    Titans' Derrick Henry: Gives way to Evans on Friday

    Jim Wyatt of the Tennessee Titans official site suggests that the team "won't add any wear and tear" on Derrick Henry's body in Friday's preseason opener against the Falcons.Given the amount of carries Henry has racked up over the last couple of seasons, it makes sense to limit his exposure to contact in exhibition games. With Henry likely to see little to no action Friday, Darrynton Evans is in line to draw the the start at running back versus Atlanta, while Brian Hill, Jeremy McNichols and Mekhi Sargent are all candidates to get touches as the contest progresses.

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    Titans' Derrick Henry: Set up for success in Tennessee

    Derrick Henry should have a strong offensive line blocking for him this season, Ben Arthur of The Nashville Tennessean reports.Henry typically has run behind impressive O-lines in Tennessee, but the unit wasn't quite up to its usual standard last season, as left tackle Taylor Lewan suffered an ACL tear in October and first-round pick Isaiah Wilson played just four snaps. The Tennessee Titans have since parted ways with Wilson and starting right tackle Dennis Kelly, but they acquired two potential replacements in veteran Kendall Lamm and rookie second-round pick Dillon Radunz. With Lewan on track for Week 1 and WR Julio Jones giving the receiving corps a boost, Henry could end up playing in the most talented offense of his pro career.

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    Titans' Derrick Henry: Bottled up by Ravens

    Derrick Henry carried the ball 18 times for 40 yards in the team's wild-card round loss to the Ravens. He added three receptions for 11 yards.Henry ran over the Ravens in the team's divisional-round matchup last postseason, racking up 195 rushing yards. However, this season's contest was a different story, as Henry was limited to 51 total yards, with his longest gain of the day going for just eight yards. It was a sour close to the season after a dominant regular-season campaign for Henry during which he racked up over 2,000 yards on the ground. Henry will remain under contract with the Tennessee Titans in 2021, giving him another chance to contribute to a playoff run.

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    Titans' Derrick Henry: Reaches 2,000 yards

    Derrick Henry carried the ball 34 times for 250 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 41-38 win over the Texans.With yet another massive performance against Houston, Henry became the eighth back in history to run for 2,000 yards in a season, with his 2,027 settling in as the fifth-highest mark ever. He also locked up his second straight rushing title in the process and set a new career high with 17 rushing TDs. Henry will remain the key to the Tennessee Titans' offense as they prepare to host the Ravens next Sunday in the wild-card round.

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    Titans' Derrick Henry: 98 yards in blowout loss

    Derrick Henry rushed 23 times for 98 yards in Sunday's 40-14 loss to the Packers. He was not targeted in the passing game.Henry was held in check by Green Bay's defense, which did not allow the league's leading rusher to break off one of his signature big rambles down the field. The fact that 98 yards and a 4.3 yards-per-carry mark is considered a "down game" is just a testament to how dominant the physically imposing back has been this season. In fact, Henry's managers should be pleased that the runner still received 23 carries in a blowout loss. That commitment to the run offers game script protection for Henry, which is especially valuable for a player that isn't really involved in the passing game. Look for Henry to finish the regular season on a high note Sunday when he takes on the Texans, who he ran all over in their first meeting this year to the tune of 212 yards and two scores.

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