Titans placed the franchise tag on RB Derrick Henry.
This was inevitable once the Titans worked out a long-term deal with Ryan Tannehill. Henry will make roughly $12.47 million this upcoming season barring an extension. The 26-year-old's nitpicked fantasy outlook remains concerning if only for his nonexistent usage as a receiver out of the backfield, which ultimately rendered him to a pedestrian 23 catches all year. Perhaps Dion Lewis' recent release, which vacated 12.3 routes per game from the Titans' backfield, allows Henry to avoid getting game-scripted off the field. Re-signing Jack Conklin would also do wonders for the Titans' offense ahead of the new league year. Mar 16 10:24 am (EST)
- NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Titans plan to bring back Derrick Henry "at a big number."
- Henry said last week on "The Rich Eisen Show" on Fox Sports Radio that Ezekiel Elliott's six-year, $90 million contract is "the floor" for what he'll be seeking this offseason.
- Henry carried the ball 19 times for 69 yards and a touchdown in the team's AFC Championship Game loss to the Chiefs. All Derrick Henry News
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