Titans’ RB Derrick Henry suffered a potentially season-ending foot injury during Sunday’s 34-31 win over Indianapolis, sources reported ESPN. Henry is undergoing an MRI today to determine the full extent of the damage.
Ian Rapoport added that Henry will have an MRI today. The immediate concern is that he has a fracture in his foot.
Hawkins looked to be the team's fourth running back but was likely battling Hill for the RB3 role. It could be a bit of good news for Evans, who was talked about as a back who could see a much bigger role this season. But Evans got hurt in a preseason game and has missed time. If anything, this could at least mean Evans is on the mend and poised to see an RB2 role on the Titans. He's expected to be involved in the passing game.
Darrynton Evans missed 10 games his rookie season with a strained hamstring and while the reports have said knee the video shows "either a hamstring or (less likely) proximal calf” [credit @DrJesseMorse]. Tennessee holds Brian Hill, Jeremy McNichols and Mekhi Sargent behind Henry and Evans, this will be a backfield situation to monitor going forward.