The Tennessee Titans failed to make the most of their Super Bowl window.
Derrick Henry is set to become an unrestricted free agent and, judging by his latest words, it doesn’t seem like he’s confident in staying there.
Now, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that he might not be the only prominent figure soon to leave Tennessee.
“There are people around the league who think that either Vrabel would be open to be moved to another team or that the Titans would be open to moving him — maybe both,” wrote Schefter.
Robert Kraft and Bill Belichick have not discussed the future…yet.
Uncertainty in Tennessee.
Arthur Blank is torn.
Raiders want Antonio Pierce back and so does owner Mark Davis, but….
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 6, 2024
Apparently, HC Mike Vrabel could be open to a trade somewhere else, and the team could also look to move him.
The Titans may have found a new franchise quarterback in Will Levis, but it’s more than evident that they’re still a ways away from being a contender, even within their own division.
Vrabel could become a highly-coveted asset around the league, as he’s earned a reputation for being a strong-minded coach, a knowledgeable guy, a favorite among his players, and his tenure in Tennesee has been rather impressive.
Vrabel’s team has been known for their stout defense and how they’ve found ways to win games they were supposed to lose, boasting a similar style to Mike Tomlin.
As it happens every single year, there should be plenty of openings for new coaches, and Vrabel has already earned his stripes in the league.
He’s still under contract, and the Titans could get an interesting return for his services, which could only help bolster and kickstart the Will Levis era.
As for Henry, the market has been ruthless to running backs, so he might not be able to get his worth in his next deal.
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