Bills activate OT Henderson

To make room, the Bills have released cornerback Greg Mabin

Sal Capaccio
October 16, 2017 - 4:19 pm

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The Bills have activated offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson after he completed serving a ten game suspension for violation of the league's substance abuse policy.

The 2014 seventh round pick began serving his ten game suspension with five games remaining last season. Henderson spoke to reporters Monday following the team's practice as they prepare to face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday in Orchard Park.

“My conditioning is there," he said. "I’ve been going at it like every day. Really, no days off. So I know conditioning-wise I’m good. As far as techniques and things like that, that’s really what I need to get back. The speed and just working at my craft so I can get out there and play.”

Henderson was allowed to be at the team's facility, work with trainers, and attend team meetings while he was suspended.

To make room for Henderson on the active roster, the Bills released cornerback Greg Mabin.

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