Seahawks could turn to Henry
With Shaun Alexander threatening to hold out, the Seahawks could turn their attention to Travis Henry.
Updated: July 11, 2005, 1:20 PM ETBy Len Pasquarelli | ESPN.com
Words aren't always followed by actions in the NFL. Sometimes, though, there are reactions that turn diatribes into deeds, and that could be the case for the Seattle Seahawks in their dealings with disgruntled tailback Shaun Alexander. In the wake of Alexander's public pronouncements last week, in which he indicated he will not play in 2005 without a long-term contract, Seattle officials have renewed their interest in Buffalo Bills tailback Travis Henry, who has been on the trading block much of the offseason.
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