Chris Henry

Cincinnati Bengals #15 - Wide Receiver

  • Born: 05/17/83
  • Age: 31
  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 200

Are Palmer's best years yet to come?

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With the resiliency he possesses in addition to the talent surrounding him the 34-year-old quarterback still has something to prove

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Steelers, NFL concussions subject of three movies

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Martavis Bryant looks like a new Chris Henry

It's probably somewhat taboo to bring up a comparison to the late Bengals receiver, and the comparison is in physical ability, nothing else. Henry was growing into a top-level deep threat at the...

Summer Reading: Waiting For The Fall

WVU beat writer Mike Casazza takes us on a trip back through the last decade or so of Mountaineer football, taking us from Nehlen's retirement up to the present day with Dana Holgorsen, covering...

Chris Henry's Mother Speaks About Her Sons Passing

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Most of you were around when it happened. Shocked was the description used for every single one of us. It was unexpected and tragic, a conclusion to a story that long developed from troubled path...

CBS' Segment On Chris Henry's Legacy Living On

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Dave promoted the CBS piece on Chris Henry's legacy in an earlier FanPost, saving lives with his organs that were donated by his mother. Here's CBS' touching piece on Henry.

PFT (and Newsday): Lewis "Had More Reservations" About Terrell Owens Signing: Peter King Disagrees

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A recent report suggests that head coach Marvin Lewis is "not entirely on board" with the recent signing of Terrell Owens. To be honest, I was hesitant to post something like this -- it seems more...

Saturday Six Pack 7/3/10: Icedependence Day Edition

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Rounding up stray links from the previous week.

Former Baltimore Colts' Bruce Laird Speaks out on Bengals' Chris Henry

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Former Baltimore Colts' safety Bruce Laird, a huge proponent for retired NFL players, speaks out on the findings of Cincinnati Bengals WR Chris Henry's death.

Is Football Too Dangerous to be Allowed?

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New brain research - including an examination of Chris Henry following his tragic death - shows that football may be causing much more prevalent brain damage than previously thought. Many are...

Chris Henry Had CTE And Why It Matters

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Around SB Nation's SEC, ACC, and Big 10 blogs today leads off with a link to a fascinating discussion of randomness in play calling and a sobering post on what it means that Chris Henry had CTE.

The Dark side of football

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Everyone on this forum loves this game loves the Rams and the great game of football, Hell I believe that football bar none is the best sport. But that is not why I am here writing this blog I am...

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