Dalvin Cook and Derrick Henry Next Team Odds Shocking

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(SportsBetting.ag News Wire) - A couple of cornerstone aging NFL bellcows could be on their way to new teams this offseason.


When healthy, Dalvin Cook and Derrick Henry and two of the best at their jobs. But as we've seen over the last decade, running back has become a plug-and-play position, and team brass doesn't seem willing to pay for any of them long term.

SportsBetting.ag has set "next team" odds for both Cook and Henry, should they find new homes before the 2023 season. The favorites for each, paint a very scary picture for the rest of the league.


Dalvin Cook Next Team            

Philadelphia Eagles                   3-1

Buffalo Bills                              4-1

Denver Broncos                        4-1

Miami Dolphins                         4-1

Dallas Cowboys                         7-1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers              9-1

Baltimore Ravens                      9-1

Chicago Bears                           10-1

Cincinnati Bengals                     14-1

Los Angeles Rams                      14-1

New Orleans Saints                   14-1


Derrick Henry Next Team                     

Buffalo Bills                              3-1

Miami Dolphins                         4-1

New York Giants                       5-1

Baltimore Ravens                      6-1

New Orleans Saints                   7-1

Denver Broncos                        8-1

Los Angeles Chargers                8-1

Carolina Panthers                      9-1

New England Patriots                9-1

Philadelphia Eagles                   12-1

Cincinnati Bengals                     14-1

Detroit Lions                             18-1

- SportsBetting.ag News Wire

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