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Ricky Henry
OG #65
Height:
6-4
Weight:
310
College:
Nebraska
Hometown:
Omaha, Neb.
Experience:
3
Offensive Line
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2012 NO 1 0
2011 CHI 1 0

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Henry is an offensive lineman who joined the New Orleans practice squad at the start of the regular season and was elevated to the active roster for the final three weeks, where he appeared in one game. He originally entered the NFL as an undrafted rookie with the Bears and has played in two regular season games.

NFL CAREER – Henry is an offensive lineman who joined the New Orleans practice squad at the start of the regular season and was elevated to the active roster for the final three weeks, where he appeared in one game. He originally entered the NFL as an undrafted rookie with the Bears and has played in two regular season games.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS – Signed by New Orleans to active roster from practice squad, 12/15/12; Signed by New Orleans to practice squad, 9/2/12; Waived by Chicago Bears, 8/31/12; Activated by Chicago from practice squad to active roster, 11/17/12; Signed to Bears practice squad, 9/4/11; Waived by Chicago, 9/3/11; Signed by Chicago as an undrafted free agent, 7/26/11.

2012 – Saw action in one contest vs. Tampa Bay, Dec. 16 after being activated from practice squad. Inactive weeks 16-17 2011 – Spent first the first 10 weeks of his rookie season on the Bears practice squad after joining the club as undrafted free agent at the start of training camp...Elevated to 53-man roster in Week 11 and appeared in one contest...Made NFL debut at Green Bay, Dec. 25...Inactive Weeks 11-14, DNP Weeks 15 and 17.

COLLEGE – Played at Nebraska from 2008-10...Started all 28 games played for the Cornhuskers and was the only offensive lineman at Nebraska to start every game over those two seasons...Blocked for a 1,000 yard rusher in both of his seasons in Lincoln...First-team all-Big 12 choice by the league’s coaches and the Associated Press as a senior...Started all 14 games at right guard as Cornhuskers eclipsed 200 yards rushing in 10 games. As junior, started every contest at right guard...Cornhuskers finished ranked in top 40 nationally in fewest sacks allowed...Sat out 2008 season as a redshirt...Spent two seasons (2006-07) at North Dakota State College of Science where he started every game at right guard...Named All-Region as a sophomore.

PERSONAL – Attended Omaha Burke (Omaha, Neb.) HS, where he earned two first-team Class A All-State honors.

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