While the Cincinnati Bengals honored fallen teammate Chris Henry by wearing a No. 15 patch on their helmets Sunday, Denver Broncos wide receiver Brandon Marshall had a different idea. Marshall, who was friends with Henry while the two were in college, decided to honor Henry by wearing Henry's nameplate on his jersey during pregame warm-ups before the Bronco's game against the Oakland Raiders. However, the move by Marshall violates the NFL's uniform policy, as players cannot sport any nicknames, other player's name, or other numbers on their jerseys. Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco, who's last name was Johnson at the time, was fined in 2007 for his nameplate saying "Ocho Cinco" before the game. Ochocinco also said earlier in the week that he would wear Henry's No. 15 jersey in Cincin ...
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