Former NFL player Travis Henry is out of prison, where he was serving three years for running a cocaine trafficking operation, has been reinstated to the NFL. He is ready to become a productive member of society and he hopes to do that by returning to his former career, that of a running back in the league.
The good news is that Henry is looking for a job, he has a lot of mouths to feed, as he is the father of 11 children.
The bad news is that running backs have a short shelf life in professional football and Henry is past it. He has been out of the game for quite a while, last playing for the Denver Broncos in 2007. The 33-year old has been working out and wants to make a comeback, adding to his 6,086 career yards and 38 touchdowns.
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