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September 16, 2007

Henry makes it a successful homecoming

Cowboys defensive back Anthony Henry said he had to round up about 25 tickets for family and friends for today's game. He grew up in Fort Myers, Fla. and attended the University of South Florida. A little more than one quarter into today's game, he has his first interception of the season.
Most people continue to lament the loss of defensive back Terence Newman, but don't forget before Henry was injured midway through the 2005 season, he was arguably the team's best defensive player. He's just been injured so much since then.
When healthy, Henry is still an effective corner. No, he doesn't have Newman's speed, but he's not a liability.

- Mac Engel

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