Derrick Henry a no-show on first day of offseason workouts

by Anthony Cervino | Titans Correspondent | Mon, Apr 17th 7:08pm EDT

The USA Today is reporting Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry did not attend the first day of the team's offseason program on Monday. (USA Today)

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When asked about Henry's absence, Titans head coach Mike Mularkey did not appear too worried. “It’s their choice," Mularkey said Monday. "Maybe I used to get disappointed. I have no control over it. It’s their option. It’s their choice. It’s whatever they feel is best for them. I do know this – we’ve had coaches down at Tuscaloosa for the workout. I’ve seen some video of Derrick in the weight room. He’s absolutely working out, so I know he’s in great playing shape right now. I have no concerns about it, and won’t.” Henry, who is entering his second year in the NFL, is slated as DeMarco Murray's primary backup for the 2017 season.

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