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June 29, 2010
Bengals wide receiver Chris Henry suffered from a chronic brain injury that may have influenced his mental state and behavior before he died last winter, West Virginia University researchers said Monday. The doctors had done a tissue analysis of Henry's brain that showed he suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy. Henry died in December, a day after he came out of the back of a pickup truck his fiancee was driving near their home in Charlotte, N.C. Neurosurgeon Julian Bailes and fellow researchers at West Virginia believe chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, is caused by multiple head impacts, regardless of whether those blows result in a concussion diagnosis.
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June 29, 2010
Bengals wide receiver Chris Henry suffered from a chronic brain injury that may have influenced his mental state and behavior before he died last winter, West Virginia University researchers said Monday. The doctors had done a tissue analysis of Henry's brain that showed he suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy. Henry died in December, a day after he came out of the back of a pickup truck his fiancee was driving near their home in Charlotte, N.C. Neurosurgeon Julian Bailes and fellow researchers at West Virginia believe chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, is caused by multiple head impacts, regardless of whether those blows result in a concussion diagnosis.
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By From Sun news services | December 18, 2009
Peyton Manning completed every pass early and one big one late, exactly what the Indianapolis Colts needed to stay unbeaten. Manning threw for 308 yards and four touchdowns, including a 65-yarder to Reggie Wayne to go ahead for good, and the Colts beat the host Jacksonville Jaguars, 35-31, on Thursday night to improve to 14-0 for the first time in franchise history. The wild game on a cool night included 714 yards, 43 first downs, 10 lead changes, five punts, several big plays and just two turnovers.
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By From Sun news services | December 18, 2009
Peyton Manning completed every pass early and one big one late, exactly what the Indianapolis Colts needed to stay unbeaten. Manning threw for 308 yards and four touchdowns, including a 65-yarder to Reggie Wayne to go ahead for good, and the Colts beat the host Jacksonville Jaguars, 35-31, on Thursday night to improve to 14-0 for the first time in franchise history. The wild game on a cool night included 714 yards, 43 first downs, 10 lead changes, five punts, several big plays and just two turnovers.
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By BILL ORDINE | April 4, 2008
For former Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chris Henry, judgment came swiftly after he was charged with assault and criminal damaging after allegedly throwing a bottle and smashing the window of a car belonging to an 18-year-old college student and punching out the kid Monday night. Faster than you can say arraignment, the Bengals cut the tall, fast receiver whose arrest record would indicate that he has posed for more mug shots than team photos. As Popeye the Sailor Man would say, "Enough is enough and enough is too much!"
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By ROCH KUBATKO | July 9, 2008
BASEBALL Orioles@Blue Jays 7 P.M. [MASN] The Orioles are trying to stay ahead of last-place Toronto in the American League East. They began last night with a three-game cushion, though the conversion rate actually makes it 6 1/2 . BOXING Wednesday Night Fights 9 P.M. [ESPN2] Chris Henry (21-1, 17 KOs) takes on Rubin Williams (29-4-1, 16 KOs) in a 10-round light-heavyweight bout from Houston. The winner meets Section 34 at Yankee Stadium.
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By VICKI WELLFORD | November 23, 1993
Boy Scout Troop 755 recently held its Third Quarter Court of Honor, with Senior Patrol Leader Michael Branco playing host for the evening.Participation beads for summer camp and the Seafood Festival were awarded to: Andy Bowser, Joe Branco, Mike Branco, Joe Felsentreger, Chris Henry, Ken Henry, Ron Jantz, Andy Maxwell, Kurt Meinhardt, Chris Owens, Joe Satterfield and Dave Wilson.Merit Badges were awarded to: Bowser and Ken Henry (personal fitness); Mike Branco, Meinhardt and Maxwell (first aid)
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By EDWARD LEE | September 7, 2006
For the first time in nine months, the focus has shifted from Carson Palmer's knee to his arm. The Cincinnati Bengals quarterback, who injured his left knee during a playoff game against the Pittsburgh Steelers in January, capped a remarkable recovery when he threw three touchdown passes in one half in his return against the Green Bay Packers on Aug. 28. No one doubted Palmer's skills as he led the NFL with 32 touchdown passes in 2005. But after then-Pittsburgh Steeler Kimo von Oelhoffen rolled into Palmer's knee, tearing two ligaments and dislocating the kneecap, many wondered whether Palmer would be ready for the regular season.
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By KEN MURRAY | November 26, 2008
Unless we learn that Michael Vick's sordid dogfighting past isn't in the past, I don't see how the NFL can keep him off its character-stained fields. And if Vick gets into someone's training camp in July after he receives an early release from federal prison, he'll be there in September, or October, or November. Two reasons: supply and demand. If he walked out of prison today, he would be better than the starters of at least five teams who are in quarterback-crisis mode: the Detroit Lions, San Francisco 49ers, Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders and, oh yes, the Philadelphia Eagles.
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November 30, 2006
Ravens' secondary vs. Bengals' receivers George Kokinis, the Ravens' pro personnel director, sizes up tonight's critical matchup against the Bengals: The players With three former Pro Bowl players in the secondary, the Ravens have the ninth-best pass defense in the NFL. Only one quarterback (the Carolina Panthers' Jake Delhomme) has thrown for 300 yards against the Ravens this season. The starting defensive backfield (cornerbacks Chris McAlister and Samari Rolle and safeties Ed Reed and Dawan Landry)
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By From Sun news services | December 17, 2009
Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chris Henry is "battling for his life" after falling out of the back of a pickup truck Wednesday during what police described as a domestic dispute with his fiancee. Henry was found in the road about eight miles north of downtown Charlotte "apparently suffering life-threatening injuries," according to Charlotte-Mecklenburg police. Police spokesman Robert Fey said officers were stationed near the 26-year-old Henry's hospital room. He had no information on Henry's condition, but said he was alive.
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By Ken Murray, Kevin Cowherd and Jamison Hensley and Ken Murray, Kevin Cowherd and Jamison Hensley,ken.murray@baltsun.com, Kevin.Cowherd@baltsun.com and Jamison.Hensley@baltsun.com | November 9, 2009
CINCINNATI -- In their rematch with Cedric Benson, the Ravens' worst-case scenario unfolded during pre-game warm-ups. That's when they decided to sit out defensive tackle Haloti Ngata and hope for the best against the Cincinnati Bengals. Although Ngata's replacement, Justin Bannan, played well, Benson became just the second back to run for 100-plus yards against the Ravens twice in the same season. The first was Jerome Bettis with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1996. Ngata tested his tender ankle in warm-ups and said he was "pretty close" to playing.
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By Edward Lee | edward.lee@baltsun.com | October 7, 2009
Each Wednesday we'll bring you a Q&A with a Ravens player to help you learn a little more about the team. Today's guest is wide receiver Kelley Washington, who ranks second on the team in catches (16) and receiving yards (198). Washington discusses his feelings regarding Sunday's opponent, his link with Dennis Rodman and his days as a baseball player. Question : Can you describe your emotions about playing against your former teammates, the Cincinnati Bengals, on Sunday?
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By KEN MURRAY | November 26, 2008
Unless we learn that Michael Vick's sordid dogfighting past isn't in the past, I don't see how the NFL can keep him off its character-stained fields. And if Vick gets into someone's training camp in July after he receives an early release from federal prison, he'll be there in September, or October, or November. Two reasons: supply and demand. If he walked out of prison today, he would be better than the starters of at least five teams who are in quarterback-crisis mode: the Detroit Lions, San Francisco 49ers, Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders and, oh yes, the Philadelphia Eagles.
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By ROCH KUBATKO | July 9, 2008
BASEBALL Orioles@Blue Jays 7 P.M. [MASN] The Orioles are trying to stay ahead of last-place Toronto in the American League East. They began last night with a three-game cushion, though the conversion rate actually makes it 6 1/2 . BOXING Wednesday Night Fights 9 P.M. [ESPN2] Chris Henry (21-1, 17 KOs) takes on Rubin Williams (29-4-1, 16 KOs) in a 10-round light-heavyweight bout from Houston. The winner meets Section 34 at Yankee Stadium.
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By BILL ORDINE | April 4, 2008
For former Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chris Henry, judgment came swiftly after he was charged with assault and criminal damaging after allegedly throwing a bottle and smashing the window of a car belonging to an 18-year-old college student and punching out the kid Monday night. Faster than you can say arraignment, the Bengals cut the tall, fast receiver whose arrest record would indicate that he has posed for more mug shots than team photos. As Popeye the Sailor Man would say, "Enough is enough and enough is too much!"
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun reporter | March 29, 2007
PHOENIX -- NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will meet Tuesday with Adam Jones and Chris Henry -- two players who have tarnished the league's image with numerous arrests -- and expects to take disciplinary action within 10 days of those talks. "I'm not trying to send a signal here and make examples of people," Goodell said yesterday after the three-day NFL meetings were completed. "We'll do what we need to protect the integrity of the NFL. That's our objective." During his first round of league meetings as commissioner, Goodell has talked with teams about a stricter personal conduct policy, which he expects to have ready before next month's draft.
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By Edward Lee | edward.lee@baltsun.com | October 7, 2009
Each Wednesday we'll bring you a Q&A with a Ravens player to help you learn a little more about the team. Today's guest is wide receiver Kelley Washington, who ranks second on the team in catches (16) and receiving yards (198). Washington discusses his feelings regarding Sunday's opponent, his link with Dennis Rodman and his days as a baseball player. Question : Can you describe your emotions about playing against your former teammates, the Cincinnati Bengals, on Sunday?
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun reporter | March 29, 2007
PHOENIX -- NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will meet Tuesday with Adam Jones and Chris Henry -- two players who have tarnished the league's image with numerous arrests -- and expects to take disciplinary action within 10 days of those talks. "I'm not trying to send a signal here and make examples of people," Goodell said yesterday after the three-day NFL meetings were completed. "We'll do what we need to protect the integrity of the NFL. That's our objective." During his first round of league meetings as commissioner, Goodell has talked with teams about a stricter personal conduct policy, which he expects to have ready before next month's draft.
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November 30, 2006
Ravens' secondary vs. Bengals' receivers George Kokinis, the Ravens' pro personnel director, sizes up tonight's critical matchup against the Bengals: The players With three former Pro Bowl players in the secondary, the Ravens have the ninth-best pass defense in the NFL. Only one quarterback (the Carolina Panthers' Jake Delhomme) has thrown for 300 yards against the Ravens this season. The starting defensive backfield (cornerbacks Chris McAlister and Samari Rolle and safeties Ed Reed and Dawan Landry)
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