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Report: The Tennessee Titans are unlikely to resign Derrick Henry.

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Derrick Henry’s storied tenure with the Tennessee Titans appears to be reaching its conclusion, according to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN. While a return to the Titans is considered unlikely, it’s not entirely ruled out. Henry, who has accumulated 9,502 rushing yards during his eight-year career with the Titans, stands as the franchise’s second all-time leading rusher behind Eddie George.

Throughout his career, Henry has established himself as one of the premier running backs in the NFL, holding the title of the active rushing yards leader. Despite turning 30 in 2023, he maintained an impressive yards after contact average and received accolades such as Offensive Player of the Year, four Pro Bowl selections, and one first-team All-Pro honor.

In the 2023 season, Henry recorded 1,167 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns in 17 games, along with 28 receptions for 214 yards. His performance, despite expressing dissatisfaction with the team’s record, showcased his enduring talent and impact on the field.

Although Henry’s future with the Titans remains uncertain, both new head coach Brian Callahan and general manager Ran Carthon have expressed openness to his potential return. However, discussions regarding his contract status will take place in due course, with Henry set to communicate with other teams during the NFL’s legal tampering period beginning on March 11.

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