The Return Of Chris Henry

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The official return of Bengals WR Chris Henry happens this Wednesday as he takes the practice field again after serving his eight game suspension from the league. Henry adds a potent weapon to a struggling Bengals offense and I am hoping it can help out the other receivers and QB Carson Palmer.

So today I thought I would take a look at the impact of Henry on this team in a bit of a detailed fashion, here is what shook out.

2005-2006

  • 14 Games
  • 31 Catches For 422 Yards
  • 6 TD’s
  • Bengals Record when Henry makes a catch 15-11
  • 2 Career 100 Yard Games

Not bad at all, Henry has always been a talent, but reigning that in is another thing. He is big and physical as a wideout and seems to like the endzone (and Palmer likes throwing to him there as well). I don’t see the return of Henry doing much for the Bengals season, but it could improve the offense quite a bit if he plays like he did his first two seasons in the league.