3. Derrick Henry, RB
It is pretty clear to see the writing on the wall for running back Derrick Henry. His time with the Titans is up, but if you ask the man himself? He isn't close to calling it a career, nor does he feel like he should.
"I ain't done playing. I ain't even close to done playing, I want to win a Super Bowl," Henry told Bussin With the Boys on a recent podcast episode.
"I still feel like I can run for another 2,000."
Well, that's quite the confidence from the Titans legend. But, in a way, you have to believe the guy. He's done it before. He's been one of the best and most consistent backs in the league for several years now.
One landing spot I could see working out well for Henry is if the Baltimore Ravens see defensive coordinator Mike Macdonald hired elsewhere as a head coach and Vrabel came in to take over that position.
The Vrabel/Henry connection is there, obviously. But, the Ravens defense is already elite. The Ravens love running the football but have also had a hard time keeping their backs healthy. It's truly a match made in heaven, if you think about it.