Ravens RB Derrick Henry discusses changing teams after eight years with Titans

Over the course of their franchise history, the Baltimore Ravens have brought many former Tennessee Titans players to the other side of their rivalry. From Steve McNair and Derrick Mason to Samari Rolle and others, Baltimore has had success adding from Tennessee.

The latest Titans player to leave for Baltimore is running back Derrick Henry. The veteran played for eight years in Tennessee and spoke about the changes it would take him to adjust to a new organization.

“When you’ve been somewhere eight years, there are changes with the people in the organization, just getting to know everybody and getting everybody to know me. [Learning] the culture and how to do things around here I don’t think will be hard. I think I will get acclimated pretty [quickly] by the guys around here. Here, it’s very family oriented [and] a great brotherhood, but no. [I’m] not worried so much about that; [I’m] just excited for what’s in store and getting to know everybody and getting into the swing of things. I’m trying to help in any way possible around here.”

Henry won’t need to be utilized in Baltimore as much as he was in Tennessee due to the many other rushing threats on the Ravens’ roster. While he will still be the top option regarding running backs, there’s more talent around him in Baltimore now than in Tennessee over the last few years.

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire