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Marcus Henry

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#62

Experience: 1 year

Height: 6-2

Age: 27

Weight: 303 lbs

College: Boise State

2020 SEASON

  • G
  • GS

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Biography

TRANSACTION SUMMARY:

12/30/19: Signed with Dallas as a Future.

11/20/19: Signed to Dallas' practice squad.

10/9/19: Signed to Houston's practice squad and released (10/15).

5/13/19: Signed with New Orleans and waived (8/31).

1/7/19: Signed with Seattle as a Future and waived (5/1).

9/19/18: Signed to Seattle's practice squad, released (9/25) and re-signed to Seattle's practice squad (12/19).

5/7/18: Signed with Seattle, waived (8/3), re-signed with Seattle (8/11) and waived (9/1). 

5/6/16: Signed with New Orleans as an undrafted free agent and waived (9/3).

2019 (Seattle/New Orleans/Houston/Dallas):

  • Signed with Seattle as a future following the 2018 season and was released after the 2019 NFL Draft. 
  • Signed with New Orleans following rookie minicamp but was released during training camp.
  • Signed to Houston's practice squad in the middle of the 2019 season and was released six days later.
  • Signed to Dallas' practice squad during Week 12  where he spent the final five weeks of the season.

2018 (Seattle):

Signed with Seattle following rookie minicamp but was released before training camp. 

Re-signed with Seattle during training camp but was released during final cuts. 

Signed to Seattle's practice squad at the beginning of the 2018 season and waived later that week.

Re-signed to Seattle's practice squad Dec. 19 where he spent the final few weeks of the season.

2017:

  • Out of football the entire season.

2016 (New Orleans):

  • Signed with New Orleans as an undrafted free agent and released during training camp roster cuts.

COLLEGE:

  • Appeared in 50 games from 2011-15 at Boise State, earning All-Mountain West first-team honors during his junior and senior seasons. 
  • Started all 27 games for Boise State from 2014-15.
  • Earned a spot on the Rotary Lombardi Award Preseason Watch List, Outland Trophy Preseason Watch List and Rimington Trophy Preseason Watch List before his senior season in 2015. 
  • Captained the offensive line of the top-scoring offense of the Mountain West (39.1 points-per-game) and top-ranking total offense (501.3 yards-per-game) in 2015. 
  • Protected a passing offense that led the Mountain West - ranked 16th in the FBS - with 309.9 yards-per-game.

*PERSONAL: *

  • Attended Bellevue, Wash., High School where he was named first-team all-state and selected as the Kingco Conference Lineman of the Year as a senior. 
  • Helped team to 3A State Championships in 2009 and 2010. 

COMMUNITY:

  • Annual Holiday Hospital Visits.
  • Make-A-Wish Foundation of North Texas.

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