NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans' two best offensive linemen unsurprisingly want the NFL’s rushing leader back doing his work behind them, and they hope Tennessee will pay what it costs to keep Derrick Henry.HENRYafccKC

“He’s done tremendous things, so he’s earned every dollar that he gets and I hope that it’s with this team because I think that we know exactly how to block for him to continue to make him successful,” Rodger Saffold said.

Henry ran for a league-high 1,540 yards in the regular season with 16 touchdowns, adding two more on receptions. In the postseason he upped his average per carry to 5.4 with 446 more yards.

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