Monday June 2, 2008
DENVER (AP) -- The Denver Broncos have released running back
Travis Henry, saying his commitment to the team was in question.
The Broncos signed Henry to a five-year, 22.5 million dollar
contract in March of 2007. He was hampered by injuries in his only
season in Denver, rushing for 691 yards on 167 carries with four
Henry was told by the NFL last September that he had failed a
test for marijuana and would be suspended for a year, but he
challenged the test and the punishment and won.
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