Titans working again Derrick Henry’s rehab is placing him on monitor to return for the playoffs, if Tennessee qualifies, or doubtlessly even Week 18, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
In early November, Henry underwent foot surgical procedure to restore the fifth metatarsal bone. On the time, it was reported that the surgical procedure may have been season-ending.
The harm occurred within the Titans’ win over the Colts. Within the victory, Henry rushed for 68 yards, his second-lowest complete of the season, and his 2.43 yards-per-attempt common was his lowest of this 12 months’s marketing campaign.
On the time of his harm, Henry led the league in carries (219), yards (937) and dashing touchdowns (10).
Per NFL Community, no agency timetable has been set with Henry and an upcoming medical appointment subsequent week is anticipated to present extra readability on his future enjoying standing.
Since his harm, the Titans have relied upon working backs Jeremy McNichols, D’Onta Foreman and Dontrell Hillard. Veteran Adrian Peterson additionally was briefly a member of the staff earlier than he was waived after three video games.
Tennessee (8–4) hosts the Jaguars (2–10) in Week 14. Kickoff is about for 1 p.m. ET.
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