Another sad news: He is dead……..

Cincinnati Bengals’ Chris Henry Passes Away at the Age of 26 The NFL lost a dear friend today.
Chris Henry, a member of the Cincinnati Bengals, passed away today at the age of 26.
Henry was thrown from the back of his pickup truck in what is being described as a domestic dispute.


Henry, who had broken his arm in Week Nine against the Baltimore Ravens, was in Charlotte, NC, preparing wedding plans.
Henry was to be married in March.
What makes this death so tragic is Henry’s youth.
He is only 26 years old and appears to have a promising career in the NFL.
After a very difficult beginning, he began to change his life.
Cincinnati Bengals’ Chris Henry Passes Away at the Age of 26 The NFL lost a dear friend today.
Chris Henry, a member of the Cincinnati Bengals, passed away today at the age of 26.
Henry was thrown from the back of his pickup truck in what is being described as a domestic dispute.
Henry, who had broken his arm in Week Nine against the Baltimore Ravens, was in Charlotte, NC, preparing wedding plans.
Henry was to be married in March.
What makes this death so tragic is Henry’s youth.
He is only 26 years old and appears to have a promising career in the NFL.
After a very difficult beginning, he began to change his life.
From that year on, Henry really began to change his life.
He has stayed out of trouble since his last arrest in late March 2008 and it appears he is primed for a breakout season.
Carson Palmer even called him a miniature Randy Moss.
The Bengals will play the remainder of the season with a heavy heart.
Currently, they are leading their group with a 9-4 record and are aiming for the playoffs.
Losing a teammate is always difficult, especially for someone who has done so much to change their lives.

Remember Chris Henry after his passing 10 years later.
I’m sure the Bengals will dedicate the rest of the season to Henry and do their best to win him a championship.
This is a very sad day for the NFL and shows that even superstars are not invincible.

For all the off-field problems he had, Henry was still a good person. He will be remembered as a son, a brother, and a teammate.

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