Derrick Henry will have foot surgery and will be out indefinitely

The corridor of the Tennessee Titans, Derrick Henry, will undergo foot surgery and there is no scheduled time for his return, team head coach Mike Vrabel said Monday.

Henry he was injured in Sunday’s 34-31 win over the Indianapolis Colts.

The NFL’s leading running back with 937 yards, Henry he has 353 more yards than any other player in the league. He is also the league leader with 10 touchdown carries.

On Sunday, Henry he ran 28 times for 68 yards. He appeared to receive medical attention on his right foot towards the end of the second half, but soon returned to the field.

The 2020 NFL Offensive Player of the Year did not speak to reporters after the game.

HenryThe 27-year-old led the league last year with 378 carries for 2,027 yards and 17 touchdowns.

Last week the Titans they placed backup running back Darrynton Evans on injured reserve, missing him for the entire season due to a knee injury.

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Tennessee he also has running backs Jeremy McNichols and Dontrell Hilliard on the roster.

36-year-old Adrian Peterson, who ranks fifth all-time in rushing yards in the NFL, is traveling to Nashville to meet the Titans and to possibly help fill the gap it would leave Henry, a source told Jeremy Fowler from ESPN.

The Titans (6-2) currently have the best record in the AFC after winning four straight games.

Tennessee they visit the Los Angeles Rams next week before returning home to host the New Orleans Saints and Houston Texans in consecutive weeks.


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