Broncos release Henry after one season

By Neal Coolong  |   Tuesday, June 03, 2008  |  Comments( 25 )

Denver Broncos
After just one season, the Broncos released RB Travis Henry on Monday. Henry signed a five-year, $22.5 million deal last offseason with Denver, and after a rocky 2007 season, he took a pay reduction to stay with the franchise. A lingering hamstring injury forced him out of most team activities this offseason, and the signing of RB Michael...
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CommentsComments: 25
01:38 PM
RATAHAN will do anything to survive. He's on the hot seat, and he needs to win, i hope he gets fired.
08:34 PM
henry was to inconsistant as a person what does that mean sometimes he was a person sometimes he was a .........
I don't get all the movement with Denver over the past 4 years and no real results, this doesn't help them get better the San Diego what are they going to do to get better?
02:44 PM
Hopefully Pittman can be consistent with that zone blocking scheme and run for 1,000+, but as for getting better? I still don't see what dirrection is RATTAHHAN taking them in, its like the're in neutral. RATTAHHAN is basicalyy losing his team if Cutler has to straiten things out by calling his WR'S out, I mean whats Cutler going to do next tell his teamates not to go clubbin or be in by curfue??? Come on where's the coach????
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