Titans Rule The NFL With A Massive Trade Proposal That Would Upend The Postseason Race, Shipping Superstar RB Derrick Henry To An AFC Sleeper
Derrick Henry, a two-time rushing champion and star for the Tennessee Titans
was unexpectedly acquired by an AFC team through an intriguing trade deal.
Henry, who turns thirty this year, is about to start the last season of his Titans contract.
With a 2-4 record going into Week 8, a loss at home to the Atlanta Falcons this Sunday would almost eliminate Mike Vrabel's team's chances of making the playoffs.
Star safety Kevin Byard was traded to the Philadelphia Eagles by Titans general manager Ran Carthon
Among the other well-known Tennessee players who could be traded before Tuesday's deadline are wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins
quarterback Ryan Tannehill, and quarterback Henry.
Superstar running back Nick Chubb was lost for the season by the Browns due to a knee injury sustained against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 2.
In Chubb's place, backup Jerome Ford performed admirably, with 344 rushing yards and two touchdowns in six games.
However, an ankle injury he sustained on Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts could sideline him for one to two weeks.