RB Derrick Henry says Titans career feels like it may be ending

Tennessee running back Derrick Henry said he is pondering his future after a frustrating 19-16 loss to the Houston Texans on Sunday that officially eliminated the Titans from playoff contention.

"Yeah, definitely today you had that feeling [that it could be the end of my career with the Titans]," said Henry, who is normally one to stay in the moment. "I had hope of kind of slipping in there [the playoffs], and then being eliminated with three games left. I've been here my whole career. Definitely wanted to go out strong, which that isn't the case."

Related players: Tyjae Spears

Fantasy Impact: 

The Titans will make a decision regarding the 29-year-old Henry, who is set to become a free agent after the four-year, $50 million contract he signed in 2020 runs out after this season. Tennessee is projected to have $91.8 million in cap space this offseason, so signing Henry is a possibility, the story went on to say. However, rookie Spears' 410 snaps are just one fewer than Henry this season the story also pointed out. With the playoffs out of reach, the Tians could opt to give Spears more looks going forward the rest of the season, which is something fantasy owners of both players will want to consider.

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