Derrick Henry in the context of recent RBs who got long-term deals

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Big second contracts for running backs are dangerous, conventional wisdom has come to tell us. They wear down. They get hurt. They drop off a cliff. The production of the second deal rarely matches the production of the first.


These thoughts hang in the air along with the fate of Derrick Henry with the Titans.

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