Titans’ RB Henry receives four game suspension

By Gabriel Bravo  |   Monday, September 26, 2005  |  Comments( 1 )

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Running back Travis Henry of the Tennessee Titans was found to be in violation of the NFL's substance abuse policy. He will have to serve out a four games suspension as a result.

The news came after the Titans' 31-27 loss to the St. Louis Rams yesterday. Henry, who carried the ball 3 times for a total of 0 yards, had no comment other than that he will be appealing the suspension.

Travis Henry was acquired in the off season from the Buffalo Bills. The Tennessee Titans gave up a third round pick for the acquisition. Since his move to Tennessee, he has been sharing time with Chris Brown and had 31 carries for 97 yards with no touchdowns. Still, Henry was the leading rusher, with an average of 3.5 yards per carry.

Over four seasons as a starter with the Bills, Henry started 48 of 54 games, rushing for 3,849 yards and a 4.0-yard average, with 27 touchdowns.

If the suspension stands, Henry will be ineligible to play or practice the week leading up to October 30th, when the Titans play the Oakland Raiders at home.
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