Bills activate Seantrel Henderson

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The Bills activated offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson on Monday ahead of his Henderson’s roster exemption expiring.

Safety Colt Anderson was placed on injured reserve to make room on the roster for Henderson.

Henderson was suspended for the first four games of the season for violating the league’s substance abuse policy. He started 26 games at right tackle over his first two NFL seasons.

Henderson was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease last season and ended up being hospitalized and missing the last five games. He’s been on a strict diet as part of his quest to return to the field.

Anderson suffered a hand injury in Sunday’s win at Los Angeles. Anderson, a seven-year veteran, had played in two games this season as a backup safety and special teams player.

5 responses to “Bills activate Seantrel Henderson

  1. If there is such a thing as a “natural born OT” Henderson could qualify. He has the Length, Weight, Speed and Tenacity to play RT at an all pro level. Good to see him back on the team.

  2. McCoy is playing lights out with Felton back in the fold… Taylor is taking care of the ball and making plays when needed… The Offensive line has been pretty stout… Woods has stepped up and Hunter will continue to hold down Watkins spot… The Defense is playing very well with FA pickups Alexander & Brown… Preston Brown is better than he was last season… The DB’s have been strong and play well together… DT Dareus & OL Henderson back from suspension and ready to play this week… 4th rd Draft pick Listenbee should be ready to go this week… 1st rd Draft pick Lawson the following week and WR Watkins should be back by the Patriots game. As long as the injury bug stays away the team should be pretty strong.

  3. EJ says:
    Oct 10, 2016 6:40 PM

    … The DB’s have been strong and play well together

    Dude we’re both Bills fans but what DB’s have you been watching?

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