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Titans running back Derrick Henry is the latest player to be inducted into the fictitious Heisman House fraternity on Friday.

The Tennessee Titans now lead the NFL in former Heisman Trophy winners and Heisman House inductees on their current roster.

Fans of the Tennessee Titans will see more of their new rookie running back Derrick Henry this fall, even on Saturdays. 

Henry, the 2015 Heisman Trophy winner from the University of Alabama was the Titans third pick in the second round of April's NFL Draft, and has already made a splash in his first days during the team's recently complted OTA's and mini-camp.

On Friday it was Henry who once again garnered another honor when he was inducted into the fictitious Heisman House fraternity sponsored by Franklin, Tn. based Nissan Motor Company.

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In a ceremony at Nissan's corporate headquarters in Franklin, Henry joined the company whose name sits atop the Titans Nissan Stadium where Henry will ply his trade on Sunday's. Henry is now a part of the companies football advertising campaign along with other former Heisman Trophy winners, including his Titans teammate Marcus Mariota, who appear in commercials promoting the companies vehicles in a humorous way.

As part of his compensation for participating in the advertising campaign, Henry received a new 2016 Titan HD pickup truck. Perhaps it's no coincidence that Henry chose red as the color for his new vehicle in honor of his university where he earned his Heisman honor.

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