Derrick Henry has made a career out of making defenders look inferior. From the high school level, to college and now in the NFL. The 6-foot-3, 240 pound running back has a physically imposing frame for his position and an even scarier work ethic.
With the recent conversations surrounding retired numbers in sports, Alabama football comes to mind. The Crimson Tide have never officially retired a number, but many are considered "sacred" among players, alumni, and fans. Here are some of the best numbers worn by Alabama players.
Former Crimson Tide and current Tennessee Titans running back shows that he's more than just a great football player but also a great human being. Henry, the reigning AP Offensive Player of the Year, donated $15,000 to a Nashville firefighter who lost his home to a house fire.
In a hilarious clip circulating Twitter from the podcast “Bussin with the Boys” presented by Barstool Sports, hosts Will Compton and Taylor Lewan interview Henry about his career at Bama. They repeatedly ask him how much Alabama paid him to attend and they assume it was a lot of money.