DeMarco Murray, RB
The Titans did not trade for Murray and his $6 million salary with the intent of having him share the backfield, so the drafting of Derrick Henry shouldn't have too much of an adverse effect on his overall production. Head coach Mike Mularkey said that Murray will be his workhorse this season and while it might behoove you to handcuff him to Henry, the expectation is that Murray will get the volume necessary to potentially be a top back. Of course, the offensive line is going to have to do its job of opening holes and throwing the necessary blocks to spring the 28-year old and get him running out in space more. Some may consider his situation in Tennessee to be a little better than it was in Philadelphia, but don't expect a return to his Dallas numbers.