The Titans’ Derek Henry has been urged to prove that he is the same player he was in before the foot injury.

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The Tennessee Titans star reported running back to Derek Henry for the mandatory mini-camp this week, and he looked similar to the player who led the NFL in both Rushing Yards and Rushing Touchdown in 2019 and 2020.

Half of the 2021 season was stolen from Henry due to a foot injury, and now running back as a 28-year-old, some doubt whether Henry could be the same influential player he used to be. Was Henry says these questions serve as stimuli.

“I get excited about anything,” Henry said. Via the Titans official website. “Someone can encourage me and not even know it. The skeptics, whatever they want to be, I definitely encourage and I’m ready to go. We’ll see.”

Week 8 vs. Before Monday’s Injury. Indianapolis Colts, Henry’s average was 124.1 rushing yards per game. In his eight matches played, Henry recorded 937 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns. However, that hot start went away in the blink of an eye.

The Titans aren’t too worried about Henry moving forward, and are reportedly ready to sign, running after their star. For a new deal. Henry said snatching the game from him last season gave him a new lease of life.

“Whenever something traumatic happens, it definitely changes you,” Henry said. “Of course, I missed my teammates.”

The Titans have a lot of new impetus coming from last year. Despite playing with the record-breaking money of various players due to injury, the Titans claimed the number one spot. Achieved 1st seed in AFC and Buy Plus Home Field Advantage in the first round for playoffs. However, the offensive struggle damaged a historic defensive performance, which sent Tennessee out of the postseason with a disturbing loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.

Henry said earlier this season that he “Angry“It’s about the loss, and the fact that he can’t wait to play football again. It looks like Henry could be more excited than he is in 2022.”