Washington kicks tires on Seantrel Henderson

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Seantrel Henderson wasn’t able to finish last season, but he’s looking for a new home.

According to Field Yates of ESPN.com, Washington worked out the former Texans tackle Wednesday.

Henderson played four games last year, starting one, before the Texans put him on the non-football injury list. He was waived a month later.

Henderson has struggled with Crohn’s disease and an assortment of injuries in the past, and has twice been suspended for violating the league’s substance abuse policy.

The former Bills seventh-rounder has appeared in 39 career games in six seasons, with 29 starts.

6 responses to “Washington kicks tires on Seantrel Henderson

  1. New regime – same old trend of bringing in injured players expecting they’ll receive a miracle. Looks like the new Numbskins are one with icing on top and the same fecal interior.

  2. Washington is only half the name. Washington Redskins should take a look at this guy, if he passes a physical and looks good they may be able to fill part of a need on the cheap.

  3. Who said they were going to sign him? You haters just cant wait to jump on the Redskins!!

  4. This guy is still living off his reputation as a High School All American. Last highlight was 2010 as a Freshman.

  5. As a Texans’ fan…please take him…PAAALLLEEEEEASSSSEEEE! He’s coming off one of the worst offensive lines in the league with over 60 sacks.

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