After being suspended 14 games the previous three seasons, Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chris Henry appeared to be a changed player during the team's offseason workouts. Instead of being labeled as a player who struggles to stay out of trouble with the law, Henry seemed to have learned his lessons from his previous arrests and suspensions. He understood how privileged he was to receive the opportunity to be part of the NFL and seemed to be more focused on changing his career around as a player. In fact, his offseason work ethic was so impressive; many analysts were predicting a breakout season for Henry this season. The Bengals are well aware of the type of potential Henry has in 2009 and the type of numbers he is capable of recordingùand his past supports it. In his second season wi ...
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