Titans' DeMarco Murray to be released; Derrick Henry expected to take over as lead running back
CLOSE Titans GM Jon Robinson was non-committal about DeMarco Murray’s future with the team on Wednesday at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis.
Derrick Henry will get his chance to carry the load next season.
The Titans on Thursday informed running back DeMarco Murray he will be released, clearing the way for Henry, the 2016 second-round draft pick and Heisman Trophy winner out of Alabama, to take over as the team's primary running back. The team is likely to add a third-down, change-of-pace back through free agency or the draft.
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