There is positive news regarding the health of their star running back Derrick Henry as the Tennessee Titans get ready to meet the Jacksonville Jaguars with the AFC South on the line.
In spite of missing last week’s game against the Dallas Cowboys due to a hip injury, the 2020 NFL Offensive Player of the Year should be able to play against the Tennessee Titans on Saturday night, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Derrick Henry of the Titans, who missed last week’s game due to a hip injury, participated fully in practice for the second straight day, according to Schefter through a tweet: “He is expected to return Saturday vs. Jacksonville.”
Fans of the Titans, whose squad is making every effort to end a six-game losing streak, will be delighted by this news. Tennessee has gone from a club that looked to be a lock to win their division and make the playoffs to missing the postseason entirely during the difficult stretch.
The team has been slowed down by injuries, especially in the quarterback position. With starter Ryan Tannehill sidelined indefinitely, youngster Malik Willis struggled in his starts.
In light of this, head coach Mike Vrabel will start Joshua Dobbs for a second consecutive game. completed 20 of 39 passes for 232 yards and a touchdown against the Cowboys during the 27-13 defeat.
Dobbs could use all the assistance he can receive because he lacks a lot of experience playing as the starting quarterback in the NFL. It would be good to have King Henry in the backfield to pass the ball to.