Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry is back at minicamp. Here's the highlights

Dani Mohr
Nashville Tennessean
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Tennessee Titans top running back Derrick Henry appeared healthy at minicamp on Tuesday morning.

He was captured running several rushing drills and breakaways with the team, his first organized team session since suffering a foot injury that limited him to nine games last season. Several reporters and even fellow players commented on his features, including rookie running back Hassan Haskins. 

"He's big! I thought I was big," Haskins told Mickey Ryan following practice on Tuesday. 

Rookie quarterback Malik Willis was also surprised by Henry's size upon meeting the 28-year-old running back. 

"That's a big human," Willis told reporters

Aside from showing off his size and new look, Henry also had the opportunity to discuss his future with the Titans after practice. He discussed the possibility of a new contract with the team and told reporters that "it would be great."

The two-time Pro Bowler also shared that he's "feeling good" going into training camp and addressed his physical status going into the 2022 season. 

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"Doing a lot of footwork and making sure I’m finding my toes,” Henry said of his routine, per Ben Arthur. “Balance on my foot. … Running hills. Doing restricted running. Being on the field catching the ball. Doing all those types of things to make sure I’m ready.”

Here's some key highlights to Henry's practice on Tuesday. 

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