Titans release running back Chris Henry

Titans running back Chris Henry surprisingly made the team’s roster out of training camp, but he won’t make it to the end of the year.

The Titans released the second-round pick from 2007 Tuesday, as part of some roster shuffling following the team’s 0-3 start.  Henry was cut and punter Craig Hentrich was placed on season ending injured reserve, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. 

To fill the roster spots, the Titans signed safety Kevin Kaesviharn and Mark Jones, who should immediately become Tennessee’s primary return man.

Henry will go down as one of the ultimate workout warriors of the decade, skyrocketing up Tennessee’s draft board after a huge Combine workout. 

He only earned 32 carries in three seasons, rushing for 122 yards and two scores.