Travis Henry is now hoping to do what Michael Vick and Plaxico Burress have done before him - return to professional football after a stay in prison.
According to Adam Caplan, Henry, who served a three-year prison sentence for cocaine trafficking, wants to return to the NFL. But Henry turns 34 in October and, of course, has not played football since 2007.
Not only are age and the prison time against him, Henry has plenty of other baggage as well, having fathered at least nine children with nine different women.
Given the odds, it's hard to see many teams lining up to take a chance on Henry, who played for the Bills, Titans and Broncos in his NFL career.
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