Dealing Derrick Henry wouldn't be so easy for the Titans

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Inquiring if teams are interested in Derrick Henry is a good step short of trading him.

Mike Silver reported the Titans were shopping him at the combine. Actually dealing him will require finding a partner who is willing to pay over $10 million in 2023 for a back who can still take over a game but needs things to unfold a certain way for him and has some limitations.

Derrick Henry
Derrick Henry/ Photo by Angie Flatt

The Titans would only save $6.26 million by offloading the centerpiece of their offense, eating over $10.1 million in dead money.

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