“I Want To Leave” Tennessee Titans Top Super Star Open Up On Future With Titans

Quarterback Ryan Tannehill expressed his sentiments about heading into what could be his final game with the Titans on Wednesday and running back Derrick Henry took his chance on Thursday.

Henry is heading for free agency at the end of the season and might move on after an eight-year tenure that has seen him move to No. 2 in franchise history behind Eddie George in rushing yards. He indicated Thursday that he’s not approaching the contest any differently than any of the other ones he has played for the franchise.

“We’ll just treat it as any other game,” Henry stated, via Kayla Anderson of 104.5 The Zone. “Try not to get too caught up, too overwhelmed. Just enjoy the moment. Focus on closing the season great, going out there having a good game overall as a team and maybe getting the win.”

Thursday is also Henry’s 30th birthday and that’s been considered as a dividing line for the productivity of running backs. Wherever Henry is playing in 2024, he will be aiming to show that he still has a lot to give clubs as he closes up on a decade in the NFL.



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