Seantrel Henderson demoted to third team after returning to practice field
As the Buffalo Bills began their mandatory minicamp on Tuesday, they did so without offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson. Henderson missed the start of minicamp after having some travel issues. It was unclear what kind of penalty would be placed upon Henderson moving forward.
On Wednesday, Henderson found out his fate for missing the first day of practice as he was demoted to the third team offense for practice. Henderson started every game as a rookie in 2014 but was seen taking second team reps earlier this offseason as he battles with Cordy Glenn and Cyrus Kouandjio for the starting tackle positions.
Henderson was a seventh round draft pick in 2014 despite possessing first round talent. The reason for his slip during draft day is largely due to character concerns stemming from his time at the University of Miami.
(h/t Buffalo News)
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