|Source: Travis Henry reinstated by NFL|
by Aaron Wilson of Scout.com, August 7, 2012 at 12:21 am ET
Travis Henry Profile
The NFL has officially reinstated former Denver Broncos running back Travis Henry, according to a league source.
A free agent who recently served time in prison on drug charges, Henry was removed from the reserve/suspended list.
The former Pro Bowl running back and father of 11 children, Henry served three years in federal prison for financing a cocaine trafficking operation.
Henry played for the Broncos, Buffalo Bills and the Tennessee Titans.
Henry, 33, was arrested by the Drug Enforcement Administration on Sept. 30, 2008 for his involvement in a multi-kilogram cocaine transaction.
The former University of Tennessee star was suspended for one year by the NFL on Aug. 31, 2008 for violating the league's substance-abuse policy.
Henry has been working out and hopes to make a comeback.
He has rushed for 6,086 career yards and 38 touchdowns.
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