NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- With DeMarco Murray out for Saturday night's game against the Jets at MetLife Stadium, Derrick Henry will be the first running back for the Tennesse Titans.

The guy who will come in after Henry has worked very hard to get in position to show he can help a 53-man roster.

David Fluellen spent some time with the Eagles and Colts befoe the Titans signed him at the start of 2015 training camp to add running back depth. He ranked way down the depth chart.

But he earned a spot on the practice squad that season and in 2016 he was there again for the first nine weeks before he was signed to the roster. He was inactive for four games, then he was cut and signed back to the practice squad.

I spoke to him recently about his opportunity and approach.

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