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Odds Reveal Derrick Henry’s Potential Next Move

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Derrick Henry has been a staple of the Tennessee Titans offense since he was drafted into the NFL in 2016.

During the last seven seasons, he has been given the nickname “King Henry” given his dominance rushing the football.

Despite this brilliance, however, the Titans could reportedly trade Henry in the coming weeks.

Assuming that he is traded, Bet Online has released the betting odds for teams that could be interested.

Odds to be Derrick Henry’s next team (if not TEN) via @betonline_ag:

Bills +300
Dolphins +400
Giants +500
Ravens +600
Saints +700
Chargers +800
Broncos +800
Patriots +900
Panthers +900
Eagles 12/1
Bengals 14/1
Lions 18/1

— Jaime Eisner (@JaimeEisner) March 7, 2023

The Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins currently have the best odds to land Henry, at +300 and +400, respectively.

The Bills’ run game has been led by Devin Singletary in the past two seasons but has been closely followed in yardage by Josh Allen.

Allen is one of the league’s most explosive rushing quarterbacks, and his size makes him tough to defend, especially at the goal line.

However, if the Bills added a player like Henry, they could have a two-headed rushing attack between him and Allen.

The Dolphins have found themselves in a similar position, and are in desperate need of an elite rushing option.

In the past four years, the Dolphins have seen three different players as their leading rusher on the season.

By adding Henry, they could finally have an alpha option at the position, freeing up Tua Tagovailoa to take another step forward in the passing game.

Either of these landing spots will likely be seen as an upgrade for Henry.

Both teams made the playoffs in 2022, and are looking to adding any pieces necessary to make a deeper playoff run in 2023.

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