Titans' rookie Darrynton Evans is now on injured reserve and Foreman, a third-round rookie selection in 2017, could see snaps in the backfield against the team who drafted him. Foreman was an intriguing selection in 2017 and showed promise before a combination of injury (Achilles) and questions about 'work ethic' led to his eventual release. In his rookie year Foreman rushed for 327 yards and two touchdowns on 78 carries while chipping in another 83 yards on six receptions but he hasn't seen a carry since 2018. The 6'1/236 lbs. back could play behind Jeremy McNichols but should he be productive, the 24 year-old could find his way to a new team in 2021 with a chance for a greater role. The addition of D'Onta Foreman can be considered by those in extremely deep-roster dynasty leagues.