It's the first time he's practiced since day one of training camp. Henry finished with 1,059 rushing yards, but 55% of that total came in the team’s last four games. He was hitting a few waiver wires before that outburst. His value is going to depend mainly on his workload. The big question, we think, is are the Titans committed to getting him going even if he struggles early in games? He’s a risky pick in the third round.