Derrick Henry doesn’t know how much he will see the ball Sunday, but the Titans running back can expect more touches than in recent weeks. DeMarco Murray has a knee injury that has kept him out of practice this week. A report earlier this week said Murray has a third-degree MCL tear, which would keep Murray out of the lineup Sunday, but coach Mike Mularkey has disputed that diagnosis. “That’s not what I was told. I’ll leave it at that,” Mularkey said, via Jason Wolf of The Tennessean. The Titans continue to call Murray day to day and a game-time decision, but even if Murray plays, he likely will have a limited role.
Derrick Henry ready for however many touches Titans give him
Pro Football Talk | Dec 28