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The Titans are coming off their bye week and are preparing to play for the first time during the 2022 NFL playoffs. They are facing just one big question before their Saturday afternoon matchup against the Bengals . Will Derrick Henry be able to play? The Titans ' star running back has been out since Initial reports indicated Henry might miss the rest of the season as a result of the injury, but it was later revealed that he would potentially be able to return to action in six to 10 weeks if all went well. A 10-week timeline would have put Henry on track to play in the team's regular-season finale against the

Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry will be activated and is expected to start the AFC divisional-round game against the visiting Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday, ESPN reported . The Titans have until 4 p.m. ET on Friday to make the move official. Henry , 28, hasn’t played since sustaining a fractured foot on Oct. 31, but his window to be activated to the 53-man roster opened Jan. 5, giving Tennessee time to get him on the field and set benchmarks for his return. The Titans bought him additional time by clinching the top seed in playoffs and a first-round bye with a 28-25 victory over the

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The Titans star underwent surgery after he broke his foot in Week 8 against the Colts and now has a big steel plate in his foot.

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Titans running back Derrick Henry will reportedly not be under a snap count or have any limitations in the divisional round matchup against the Bengals on Saturday, according to ESPN’s Dianna Russini.

The team reportedly practiced in pads this week in order to help get him ready for the playoff game.

Henry underwent surgery after breaking his foot in Week 8 against the Colts, a game he entered as the NFL’s leading rusher with 937 yards and 10 touchdowns. After the surgery, Henry—who now has a big steel plate in his foot—previously said he could not even drive for five weeks.

Is Derrick Henry playing vs. Bengals? Latest updates on Titans RB's possible playoff return

  Is Derrick Henry playing vs. Bengals? Latest updates on Titans RB's possible playoff return Derrick Henry is eligible to return from IR at any time now. Will the Titans activate him ahead of their playoff meeting with the Bengals?Will Derrick Henry be able to play?

The Titans are coming off their bye week and are preparing to play for the first time during the 2022 NFL playoffs. They are facing just one big question before their Saturday afternoon matchup against the Bengals . Will Derrick Henry be able to play? The Titans ' star running back has been out since Initial reports indicated Henry might miss the rest of the season as a result of the injury, but it was later revealed that he would potentially be able to return to action in six to 10 weeks if all went well. A 10-week timeline would have put Henry on track to play in the team's regular-season finale against the

Tennessee Titans anticipate Derrick Henry 's return after injury. More than two and a half months later, everything indicates that what for many is the most dominant player in the NFL who is not a quarterback will be back on the gridiron, we are talking about Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry , who had his first practice with contact on the eve of facing the Cincinnati Bengals in the Divisional Round this.

The Titans officially announced his return from the injured reserve on Friday just before the deadline. Henry returned to practice in pads on Tuesday, saying a day later that he “feels great.” He added that his foot does not feel any different now than before the injury.

The Titans face Joe Burrow and the Bengals at 4:30 p.m. ET on Saturday.

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