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Titans RB Derrick Henry removed from injury report ahead of Week 3 vs. Browns

We break down the news that Derrick Henry has been removed from the injury report. What it means for Week 3.

Derrick Henry #22 of the Tennessee Titans runs the ball at Caesars Superdome on September 10, 2023 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images

Update: Sept. 22 — Henry was able to practice in full on Friday and has been removed from the injury report. He should be fine for Week 3 and your fantasy football teams.

Update: Sept. 22 — Henry was back at practice Friday. The team gave him some extra rest for his toe injury, but it seems like he’ll be able to go this week against the Browns. There’s a good chance he is limited today and ends up questionable, but still plays.

Update: Sept. 21 — Henry was listed on the injury report as getting a rest day and a toe injury for Thursday. This makes it seem like he’ll be able to go this week, but we’ll see what he can do on Friday.

Update: Sept. 21 — Henry wasn’t spotted during the media window at Thursday’s practice. This could just be a maintenance/rest day, but he also could have had a setback with his toe injury. We’ll see what the injury report says later on.

The Tennessee Titans will face the Cleveland Browns in Week 3 of the NFL season. The Titans head into the game 1-1 and are struggling to get their offense going. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill has struggled due to the offensive line’s inability to keep him upright. Starting running back Derrick Henry is seeing another high workload but is starting the week limited in practice with a toe injury.

Fantasy football implications for Week 3

Henry is one of the more consistent running backs in fantasy football. He has carried the ball 40 times for 143 yards and a score through two games. Henry has added 71 additional yards on five receptions. You will still start him against a tough Browns defense if he is active, albeit with slightly more hesitation than you normally have.

If Henry can’t play, rookie Tyjae Spears is the likeliest to see an increase in action. He has 76 yards on 11 carries but with no score. Despite an anticipated high workload, you wouldn’t want to look Spears’ way unless you are in 12-team leagues or higher and are desperate at running back.