Derrick Henry Buys 100-Ct Diamond Resume Necklace to Celebrate Legendary Football Career

Derrick Henry is back baby!

At least back to practice.

The Tennessee Titans designated the star running back to return to practice from injured reserve, the team announced Wednesday.

At around the same time of his return to the practice field, Derrick Henry showed off his legendary football resume with an insanely iced-out diamond chain.

“The bling is awesome — it features a huge 6.5-inch “Y” pendant that represents Henry’s days at Yulee High School in Florida. The pendant also features a little VS1 diamond-infused Heisman Trophy to immortalize the award that Henry won back in 2015.

On the chain, Ali tied together logos of the Yulee Hornets, Alabama Crimson Tide and Tennessee Titans … and then he added several beads to represent some of Henry’s historical football moments.

We’re told some of those feature a diamond 12K bead for his 12,124 rushing yards in high school that set a national record as well as a diamond 2K bead for his 2,000 rushing yards in the Titans’ 2020 season.

Take a closer look at Henry’s bling below:

Despite missing the last eight games, Henry ranks sixth in the NFL in both rushing yards (937) and rushing touchdowns (10).

Playing Sunday would give him the chance to top 1,000 yards rushing for the fourth straight season.

That’s just ridiculous.

Long live King Henry.

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