Titans running back Derrick Henry thanked his team's fans for “the best eight years'' of my lifeAfter the season-ending win over the Jaguars, that on-field speech felt like the end of his time with the team.
This feeling has become even stronger in recent weeks. While appearing in Bathin' With The Boys On his podcast, Henry said he was “definitely surprised” by the team's decision to fire head coach Mike Vrabel, and that the move “solidified” his feeling that the Titans were moving in a direction that didn't include him. Stated. Although he said he hasn't completely closed the door to a return, Henry said the Titans appear to be in rebuilding mode and future goals are more focused on immediate success.
“No matter what happens, I want to be where it gives me.” best shot It’s about winning the Super Bowl,” Henry said. “The business side is the business side. At the end of the day, it has to make sense. I'm not going to take anything because it's a long season and we used a lot of bodies. But at the same time, I'm not going to accept anything because it's a long season. I really want to go out there and establish myself and be on a roster that can win games, make the playoffs and compete for a ring.”
Henry said he still feels he can run for “2,000 more yards.” We'll know NFL teams think he can help them when free agency begins in March.