6'3'' / 247 lbs
Henry rushed the ball 18 times for 76 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 17-10 win over the Panthers. He added one reception for zero yards.
It wasn't quite a vintage performance from Henry, but he nonetheless powered the Titans' offense. He tallied long gains of 18 and 15 yards and also found the end zone from one and 10 yards away. It was a needed bounceback effort for Henry, as he entered Sunday's contest with only 238 rushing yards across his last four games combined. It was also his first multi-touchdown performance of the season, bringing his total to six on the campaign.
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Henry (ankle) was listed as a full participant on Thursday's practice estimate, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
Henry was deemed limited in Wednesday's session, but his 'full' listing a day later indicates that the running back's initial listing was indicative of load management rather than an injury that could impact his Week 12 availability. Henry is thus slated to continue to lead the Titans' backfield Sunday against the Panthers, a role that has led to him logging double-digit carries in all 10 games that he's played in, though over his last two outings he's been held to 62 yards on 21 carries in that span.
Henry (ankle) was limited at practice Wednesday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
During the Titans' 34-14 loss to the Jaguars this past Sunday, Henry logged 25 of a possible 40 snaps on offense, while rushing 10 times for 38 yards and adding one catch for six yards. At this stage there's been nothing to suggest that Henry's Week 12 availability is in danger, and it's possible that his listed limitations Wednesday were maintenance-related. With that in mind, Henry will presumably need to practice fully by Friday in order to avoid an injury designation ahead of Sunday's game against the Panthers.
Henry rushed the ball 10 times for 38 yards in Sunday's 34-14 loss to the Jaguars. He added one reception for six yards.
The Titans had the ball for just over 23 minutes and ran only 38 offensive plays in the blowout loss. That limited the potential for their skill-position players to produce, and Henry's line was illustrative of that. Positively, he still led Tennessee's backfield in carries and yards. On the other hand, Henry has only 21 carries for 62 yards combined across his last two games.
Henry rushed 11 times for 24 yards and brought in his only target for minus-4 yards in the Titans' 20-6 loss to the Buccaneers on Sunday.
Henry's final numbers essentially spell out how frustrating an afternoon it was for the star running back. Henry's rush attempts tied a season low, while his yardage tally was only higher than his Week 3, 20-yard effort versus the Browns. Game script increasingly put a crimp on Henry's opportunities Sunday, and he'll have another tough matchup on the ground versus the Jaguars in a Week 11 divisional road clash.
Henry rushed 17 times for 75 yards and a touchdown and brought in three of four targets for 27 yards in the Titans' 20-16 loss to the Steelers on Thursday night.
Henry turned in what can be labeled as a prototypical 2023 effort for him, as he made some solid contributions in the passing game alongside a workman-like effort on the ground. The bruising back scored his fourth touchdown of the campaign just past the halfway point of the second quarter as well on a two-yard run, making it an above-average fantasy night. Henry will look to extend his streak of at least 75 rushing yards to four games when the Titans visit the Buccaneers in a Week 10 road matchup on Nov. 12.
Henry (ankle) doesn't carry an injury designation for Thursday's game against the Steelers.
Henry, who was listed as a limited participant Monday and Tuesday, was deemed a full practice participant Wednesday and has been cleared to face the Steelers. He'll be joined in the backfield by rookie quarterback Will Levis, who will make a second straight start while Ryan Tannehill (ankle) remains sidelined once again. Henry, whom the Titans elected not to move prior to Tuesday's trade deadline, is thus set to pace the team's rushing attack versus Pittsburgh. Though Levis authored a four-touchdown performance in his NFL debut last week against the Falcons, Henry was able to enjoy a productive day of his own despite not finding the end zone. The running back finished with 22 carries for 101 yards and caught all four of his targets for 21 yards.
Henry (ankle) was listed as limited on Tuesday's estimated practice report, Ben Arthur of FoxSports.com reports.
For a second consecutive day, Henry was operating with a cap on his reps at Tuesday's walkthrough, giving him just one more chance to log every on-field rep before the Titans potentially hand him a designation for Thursday's game at Pittsburgh. With backup running back Tyjae Spears (ankle) getting a full listing on Tuesday's report after being limited Monday, he appears to be a bit more healthy than Henry as the team makes its way through Week 9 prep.
Henry was listed as limited on Monday's practice estimate due to an ankle injury, John Glennon of NashvillePost.com reports.
Previously, Henry had some practice limitations Week 3 due to a combination of a toe issue and rest, but he was able to put it behind him and play. With three days to prepare for Thursday's game at Pittsburgh, the Titans may be scaling back his reps to keep him as fresh as possible for Week 9 action. Still, Henry's status will need to be monitored to ensure he isn't in danger of sitting out this week.