Derrick Henry's days of carrying the rock for the Tennessee Titans may be over, but it doesn't mean his NFL career is finished.
Speaking on the "Bussin' With The Boys" podcast this week, Henry stated that he not only wants to continue playing, but that he believes he has another 2,000-yard season in him.
"Like I said, I want to win the Super Bowl," Henry explained. "I ain't done playing, and I'm not close to being done. I still believe I can run for another 2,000, but the future will tell."
Henry, 30, will become an unrestricted free agency in 2024. In 17 games this season, he carried for 1,167 yards (4.2 yards per carry) and 12 touchdowns. He added 28 receptions for 214 yards through the air.
Henry saved his best for the season's final game, rushing for a season-high 153 yards and guiding the Titans to a 28-20 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars, denying them a second straight AFC South title.
Following the triumph, Henry addressed the Titans fans at Nissan Stadium, thanking them for the "greatest eight years of my life."
"This is a great way to go out, especially against a division opponent, an opponent that I grew [up] down the street watching and looking at and following as a kid growing up," Henry told reporters shortly after the game.
"So, it's all full circle, which is great to be able to finish with the win and finish with class."
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