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Discussion in 'Sports & Training' started by fear the ibis, Mar 11, 2009.
livin the dream
i'm hoping the last kid he got from his Fiancee was the planned one
My @!$+% cheese.
he just got arrested for failure to pay up.
does this fool still have any money left or is he Speewell status broke?
I wonder how child support works in his case.
He's soooo horny.
We all know how this story is going to end...
Dude ain't even that good what's he going to do when he gets cut
the story already ended, yall aint know?
Photo by Rocky File Photo
Travis Henry, during his playing days with the Broncos.
Former Broncos running back Travis Henry is portrayed as the ruthless "money guy" in a cocaine trafficking ring who threatened to kill twoaccomplices and their families if they didn't repay $40,000 in stolen drug money, according to court records.
In what may become the fallen NFL star's last run, Henry, 29, was busted Tuesday fleeing a Centennial home where he and anotherman had allegedly received 11 pounds of cocaine in a federal sting operation.
"Henry ran from police and was apprehended a few houses away after a short pursuit," according to an arrest affidavit signed by Drug EnforcementAdministration Special Agent Diane Jenkins.
Henry's alleged accomplice, James Mack, 29, "immediately went to the ground" as police closed in, the agent wrote.
Both men are charged with federal drug trafficking offenses and appeared briefly in handcuffs Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Denver, where they wereadvised of the charges and the potential penalties. If convicted, they face anywhere from 10 years to life in prison.
Henry's defense attorney, Harvey A. Steinberg, said his client was held without bail and will appear in court Monday for a detention hearing.
The DEA said it recorded six conversations an informant had with Henry or Mack about the cocaine deal that, in part, was supposedly arranged to repay theex-Bronco $40,000 in lost drug money.
The bust continues a humiliating descent for the once-promising running back whose career ended in June when the Broncos cut him. Henry was a second- roundpick - 58th overall - by the Buffalo Bills in the 2001 draft after playing at the University of Tennessee. After four seasons with the Bills, he played twowith the Tennessee Titans before signing as a free agent with the Broncos in 2007.
He rushed for 6,086 yards and 38 touchdowns in his career.
Henry successfully challenged a failed drug test for marijuana last year by the NFL. But his NFL future was again clouded when league officials confirmed inJuly that he faced a one-year suspension for a new violation of the substance-abuse policy in the weeks before the Broncos cut him.
Drugs weren't Henry's only off- field problem. A Georgia child- support court case revealed that he had failed to make support payments for ninechildren that he fathered with nine women across four Southern states.
Mack was convicted of robbery in Aurora when he was 17 and was given an eight-year suspended sentence.
The cocaine investigation took off on the night of Sept. 16, when the DEA and Montana State Police stopped unidentified drug couriers in a Chevrolet Impalaon Interstate 90 in Montana.
A search turned up a black duffel containing 6 pounds of marijuana and 6.6 pounds of cocaine, according to the complaint by DEA Agent Jenkins.
Caught with the goods, an unidentified passenger became a confidential informant for DEA investigators and helped arrange the deal with Henry and Mack,according to the affidavit.
Staff writers Jeff Legwold and Hector Gutierrez contributed to this report.
Travis Henry arrest
Go to RockyMountainNews.com/extras to see:
* The arrest warrants for Henry and James Mack.
* The criminal complaint filed against the former Bronco and Mack.
* Photos from Henry's time as a running back for the Denver Broncos.
I totally forgot about this dude,it is a shame cats aint learning.Falling for the old "Birth Control Trick",dummy!
You know homeboy knew this was going to happen.
He's dumb for going raw, but he's smart because the N' knew he had to find a way to flip them last few NFL checks before !!@! hit the fan.
Poor dude, but I mean if you play the game sh*t gon' happen I guess.
You dont even know what your'e talkin about on both fronts
^ Im sayin.. Henry is DONE. those 9 kids aint gonna see a cent of his money now.
Dude can't even afford 170 G's a year? He doesn't want to see what Ruthel Simmons has to cough up.
I woulda done the same.
Old story as we know, but you gotta be dumb stupid to knock up nine different women before you're 30 years old. And that's just the ones we know aboutor chose to have the kid.
I mean you almost cannot make it up really.
that aint even right a child does not need no $3000 a month to live.
This N' Henry turned his LEGAL football money into ILLEGAL dope money
ummm where have u been for like 5 years???
ultra Late pass