Derrick Henry came into the 2018 NFL season with big expectations. He took over the workhorse running back role for the Tennessee Titans and was expected to have a massive season. Unfortunately, the exact opposite has been the case this season.

Tennessee has been frustrated with the lack of production that Henry has given them this season. That frustration was made clear in a recent report.

According to a report from Chris Mortensen of ESPN shared by Music City Miracles, the Titans attempted to trade Henry ahead of the NFL trade deadline to no avail.

ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported on NFL Countdown that the Titans made running back Derrick Henry available at the trade deadline, but did not find a team willing to match their price.

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Throughout the first seven games of the 2018 season, Henry has carried the football 84 times for 273 yards and a touchdown. He has also caught six passes for 49 yards. Those rushing numbers average out to 3.3 yards per carry.

At just 24 years old, giving up on Henry this early may have been a mistake. He has not been remotely good this season, but the Titans don’t have any other serious options in the backfield. Dion Lewis is the backup and he is nowhere close to being a workhorse back that can handle an every-down role.

It will be interesting to see what ends up happening with Henry in the future. His contract runs through the 2019 season, which would mean that the Titans have him for one more season.

Expect to see Henry’s name come up in trade talks this coming offseason. Tennessee appears to be willing to move on from him and a draft day trade could be something to watch out for.