Travis Henry Injury – While there was theory that Travis Henry wasn’t actually invited back this season to the Denver Broncos, Mike Shanahan amazed us all by releasing him this right on time in the offseason exercises.
All things considered, the person has nine child moms with one kid each. Eighteen mouths don’t take care of themselves, and Shanahan must have some heart inside that consumed brown, cowhide outside.
Tragically for those 18 mouths, Henry harmed his hamstring last month and in all probability avoided medicines while he wasn’t making an appearance to OTAs.
The circumstance didn’t win Henry any gold stars for exertion, and joined with Henry’s harmed rep from battling a bombed drug test suspension all of last season, the dogpile of issues most likely caused Shanahan discount him as a terrible effect on the litter of youthful running backs they have. (Selvin Young, Andre Hall, recently drafted Ryan Torain and last week’s new expansion Michael Pittman).
Shanahan scrutinized Henry’s obligation to the game in his assertion after the delivery.
With Travis Henry delivered, the Denver Broncos running match-up gets somewhat dinky—and that is more clear than it was previously.
The running back circumstance in Denver was a point of failure in 2007, and alongside a conflicting supply of wide beneficiaries, the running match-up is one of a handful of the components holding Jay Cutler back from uniting his game as an establishment quarterback. (In the event that you recollect that, I made some early offseason expectations for three Broncos stars in 2008, I’m actually remaining behind them without Henry.)
Ascending to the top, Selvin Young arrived at the midpoint of 5.2 yards per convey last season yet isn’t the sort (essentially at his momentum weight and ability) to convey the full burden regardless of whether he asserts he will hit 2,000 yards this season.
It’s logical Young will part time with Michael Pittman who clearly made Shanahan adequately sure to release Henry.