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Travis Henry Scores…Cocaine

For those of you who don’t know who Travis Henry is, he’s essentially the most interesting player in the NFL. He has nine children by nine different women. Any time you can play a baseball game with one team fielded by your biological children and the other team fielded by their mothers, you’ve done something incredibly special. If that game ever happens, I swear on the life of my unborn child I will cover that for Holy Taco. Anyway, as if anything I say about him now will sound interesting, he was busted for coke. Espn.com reports:

Former Denver Broncos running back Travis Henry has been arrested following an alleged cocaine deal, the Drug Enforcement Administration said Wednesday.

Henry and James Mack were arrested a day earlier after the two met to buy cocaine from a person who was cooperating with authorities, according to an arrest warrant affidavit.

He was set up? Why would you ever set up Travis Henry, for no other reason than the fact that there’s a good chance because of sheer numbers alone, that at least one of his 18 wives or children will decide to avenge his arrest.

I’m wondering if right before the cops went in and busted him, one of them grabbed a stick and started drawing stuff in the sand and was like “Okay, I had him on my fantasy team a couple years ago. He’s an uphill runner so we’re going to have to go for his legs. If he gets to the outside, he’ll look for blockers and cut it upfield, so make sure we clear the alley of any homeless people.”

I should have seen this arrest coming, seeing as the signs were right there on his rookie card.

3 Responses to "Travis Henry Scores…Cocaine"

  1. Ada says:

    I’m not surprised that someone who has that many wives and children would be a drug user, clearly he is unstable and not the purest of people. But he was a good player so it’s a shame, maybe if he gets some drug treatment he could be allowed to play again?

  2. Jay T. says:

    Another strategy would be to break in and throw a flag for false start, so instead of running he’d stop in his tracks and return to the huddle.

  3. Wakeman says:

    I think the sport league should give second chances to players like Travis Henry if they can kick their addiction. If he attends a drug rehab facility and stays clean. If not I’m sure he will be missed by many.