Mike Herndon: Fleshing out Titans' trade scenarios for Derrick Henry, Ryan Tannehill, Jeffery Simmons

By MIKE HERNDON, columnist

While the main attraction of the NFL combine is prospective draft picks working out in tights for a television audience, the event also serves to fill up the league’s rumor mill as executives, coaches, agents, and media all mingle together in Indianapolis for the better part of a week.

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There are a couple of those rumors connected to the Titans that are worth discussing here. First are the conflicting reports from Bally Sports’ Mike Silver and CBS’s Jonathan Jones regarding Derrick Henry’s trade status. We’ll start with Silver’s, which stated that he’d been told by multiple current general managers that Henry was among a trio of players who had been shopped at the combine.

Jones reported the next day that his sources refute that report.

So who do you believe? Both Silver and Jones are experienced, credible reporters. I’m not sure that I’d give either the edge when it comes to reputation over the other.

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