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  • Bills tackle Seantrel Henderson finally ready to rejoin team

    Frank Schwab at Shutdown Corner2 hrs ago

    Players retire or fade away from the NFL, sometimes in their athletic prime, but rarely do they disappear.

    The Buffalo Bills seemed to mostly lose contact with offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson this offseason, the Buffalo News reported. Weeks after offseason training started, Bills players and coaches hadn't talked to the 24-year-old tackle, who started 26 games the past two seasons. Henderson was once one of the top recruits in the 2010 high school class, played at Miami and eventually tumbled to the seventh round of the 2014 draft after multiple failed drug tests. He seemed to have his NFL career on track however, but then the Buffalo News' Tyler Dunne reported he was practically MIA.

    But on Monday afternoon, Dunne said Henderson's agent informed him Henderson plans to fly to Buffalo this week and also plans to play this season.

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