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AFC North mourns the lost of cousin Chris Henry

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chris Henry was a member of the AFC-North. His death has been felt all over the NFL and the AFC-North. This division has lost a cousin to say. Henry a member of the Cincinnati Bengals is also in away related to every team in the AFC-North except the Pittsburg Steelers. Chris Henry has gone to Heaven to join the father of the Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals, and Baltimore Ravens. These teams were all founded by the late great Paul Brown. So you see we are family. It is important that these teams share in the lost of this great football player. While these teams battle for the prize of winning the divisional title and making the playoffs it is important is to put football aside for a moment to show human feelings and family values. As the lost of Henry came early in his life it is important to see him for the changes he had made in his life. Everyone if honest enough would have to agree there is things we have done in our life we are not proud of. It is great to see the AFC-North come together in a family way to share the loss of a young football player. May our prays go to the Henry family. Chris Henry will be missed by the Cincinnati Bengals and the NFL. Since he is gone look at the good in Henry not the worst. Chris have fun playing for Paul Brown's football team in heaven.

By Jackie Dean Miller, I

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