Forget plaques and record books … Derrick Henry has found a new way to show off his legendary football resume — an insane iced-out diamond chain!!
TMZ Sports has learned … the Tennessee Titans star RB wanted to turn all of his pigskin accomplishments — starting from high school — into some bling for his 28th birthday this week.
So, he hit up celebrity jeweler Ali The Ice Champ in Dallas … and the dude delivered the amazing piece in time for Henry’s cake day this week.
The bling is awesome — it features a huge 6.5-inch “Y” pendant that represents Henry’s days at Yulee High School in Florida. The pendant also features a little VS1 diamond-infused Heisman Trophy to immortalize the award that Henry won back in 2015.
On the chain, Ali tied together logos of the Yulee Hornets, Alabama Crimson Tide and Tennessee Titans … and then he added several beads to represent some of Henry’s historical football moments.
We’re told some of those feature a diamond 12K bead for his 12,124 rushing yards in high school that set a national record as well as a diamond 2K bead for his 2,000 rushing yards in the Titans’ 2020 season.
Ali — whose clients range from Ezekiel Elliott to Post Malone — tells us that Henry’s one-of-a-kind necklace carries 100 carats of VS1 E-F color diamonds and has over half a kilo of gold.
No word on what it all cost the King … but Henry’s made over $30 million in his NFL career, so he’s certainly got the cash to spoil himself.
Happy birthday, indeed.