Derrick Henry reports to voluntary workouts
Tennessee Titans second-year running back Derrick Henry reported to his first voluntary workout on Monday after finishing a class at his former university.
- Henry’s 57.9 elusive rating was the seventh highest in the NFL last season. He forced 12 missed tackles on his 13 receptions and averaged 2.64 yards after contact per rushing attempt.
- His teammate, DeMarco Murray, posted an elusive rating of 34.4, which ranked 30th in the NFL. He averaged 2.38 yards after contact per rushing attempt.
- Henry was third in the league among running backs with his pass blocking efficiency of 98.0 while Murray was tied for sixth at 97.4.
- Neither player was particularly strong on breakaway runs, however. On runs of 15-plus yards, Murray had nine for 286 yards, while Henry had five for 88 yards.