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Unbelievable: Derrick Henry resigned from Baltimore shortly after two years and announced his departure…

Henry was a focus on Monday when the Ravens started phase three of OTAs. Thankfully for the Ravens defense, it’s all non-contact. So no one needs to attempt to bring down King Henry.

Henry was a focus on Monday when the Ravens started phase three of OTAs. Thankfully for the Ravens defense, it’s all non-contact. So no one needs to attempt to bring down King Henry.

Back in March, Henry signed a two-year, $16 million with the Ravens. Until then, the former Alabama star had spent all eight years of his NFL career in Nashville with the Tennessee Titans. While with the Titans, Henry twice led the NFL in rushing (2019 and 2020). He made the Pro Bowl four times, including after his final season in Tennessee.

Now, he’s with the Ravens and will be in the same backfield with NFL MVP Lamar Jackson. Baltimore is one of the best teams in the NFL, with the Ravens reaching the AFC title game. The Ravens already boasted the top rushing game in the league. It’s mind-boggling to think how much better can Baltimore be with Henry.

Shaun Alexander, another Alabama alum who was the NFL MVP in 2005, believes Henry is the missing piece for the Ravens to win a Super Bowl.

NFL fans saw a glimpse of running back Derrick Henry in a Baltimore Ravens uniform for the first time on Monday since he signed a two-year contract with the team back in March.

The Ravens’ social media account posted a video of Henry decked out in the full purple and black uniform heading into OTAs on Monday. The four-time Pro Bowler walked onto the field alongside linebacker Roquan Smith.

Nothing explicitly was said in the video, but the image of Henry in a Ravens uniform sparked enough discourse on its own.

It’s the first time in Henry’s NFL career in which he’s wearing a team’s jersey other than the Tennessee Titans, where he spent the first eight seasons of his career. So, understandably, it was a bit shocking for NFL fans to see this change. Take a look at some of the social media responses, which were mostly positive, to the video. Fans are mostly still in shock that Henry is a Raven.

Derrick Henry has found his new kingdom, albeit on a practice field in Baltimore. And the Ravens wasted no time in sharing photos of what their newest running back looks like in purple and black.

Henry was a focus on Monday when the Ravens started phase three of OTAs. Thankfully for the Ravens defense, it’s all non-contact. So no one needs to attempt to bring down King Henry.

Now, he’s with the Ravens and will be in the same backfield with NFL MVP Lamar Jackson. Baltimore is one of the best teams in the NFL, with the Ravens reaching the AFC title game. The Ravens already boasted the top rushing game in the league. It’s mind-boggling to think how much better can Baltimore be with Henry.

Shaun Alexander, another Alabama alum who was the NFL MVP in 2005, believes Henry is the missing piece for the Ravens to win a Super Bowl.

Now, he’s with the Ravens and will be in the same backfield with NFL MVP Lamar Jackson. Baltimore is one of the best teams in the NFL, with the Ravens reaching the AFC title game. The Ravens already boasted the top rushing game in the league. It’s mind-boggling to think how much better can Baltimore be with Henry.

Shaun Alexander, another Alabama alum who was the NFL MVP in 2005, believes Henry is the missing piece for the Ravens to win a Super Bowl.

Back in March, Henry signed a two-year, $16 million with the Ravens. Until then, the former Alabama star had spent all eight years of his NFL career in Nashville with the Tennessee Titans. While with the Titans, Henry twice led the NFL in rushing (2019 and 2020). He made the Pro Bowl four times, including after his final season in Tennessee.

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