The Facts: Henry isn’t making any predictions heading into Year 3. But the RB has a goal in mind. “No predictions, I just want to be a dominant back,” Henry said on Wednesday. “I want to be a premier back in this league."
Diehards Line:Henry, who ran for 744 yards and five touchdowns last season, is a few pounds heavier at the start of this year’s training camp, and that’s by design. He’s added more muscle, and feels even stronger than a year ago. He's also as motivated as ever even with Dion Lewis, formerly with the Patriots, replacing DeMarco Murray as his running mate. “Dion is a great guy,” Henry said. “We have been getting along very well. We are excited to have a tandem together, and we just want to get in training camp and make each other better. We want to help this team make a run by going out there and making plays.” Henry has racked up 1,234 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns in his first two NFL seasons. He’s also caught 24 passes for 273 yards and a score. Alongside Lewis, teammates believe the running game could be dominant. "You have two guys who want the ball and I’ll give it to them every play," center Ben Jones said. "We have two great guys who can do a lot of special things back there.” And that's something fantasy owners will have to deal with on a weekly basis this season.