William Henderson Enjoying His View From The Booth
William Henderson entered the NFL as a third round pick out of North Carolina in 1995 hoping to earn enough to pay for grad school. Twelve years later, he retired with a Super Bowl ring, a reputation as one of the best fullbacks of his generation, and enough money to pay for grad school a hundred times over. It was never about attention with Henderson.
Tar Heel Greats To Join THSN Football Broadcasts In 2016
Former North Carolina football standouts William Henderson and Brian Simmons will join play-by-play voice Jones Angell and sideline reporter Lee Pace as analysts on Tar Heel Sports Network football broadcasts in 2016. Former Tar Heel Jeff Saturday will return to the THSN broadcasts as a pregame contributor.
NC State’s Terry Henderson out 6-8 weeks with ankle injury
The news that NC State head coach Mark Gottfried’s contract had been extended gave way to disappointment, as the Wolfpack not only lost decisively to William & Mary but lost a key contributor as well. Guard Terry Henderson, who sat out last season after transferring in from West Virginia, suffered an ankle injury in the loss that is expected to sideline him for six to eight weeks.
William Henderson honored to have history with Packers
William Henderson, a third-round selection from North Carolina, spent 12 seasons in Green Bay (1995-2006) and appeared in 188 games with 112 starts. His 188 career games rank fifth in team history behind Brett Favre, Donald Driver, Bart Starr and Ray Nitschke. A bruising blocker, Henderson helped pave the way for seven 1,000-yard rushers, and also contributed with 320 receptions.
Henderson says Packers will release him
Despite his own admission that he had been informed of his release, fullback William Hendersonwas still on the Green Bay Packers' roster Tuesday. Henderson told WBAY-TV in Green Bay, where he hosts a Monday night show during the season, that he was told he would be cut by the Packers. However, Green Bay has not made the move yet.
Injury sidelines former Heel William Henderson
Venerable fullback William Henderson might miss three to six weeks because of the knee injury he sustained in the Green Bay Packers’ exhibition game against Atlanta on Saturday night. A source familiar with the situation said Henderson was scheduled to undergo more extensive tests either later Sunday or Monday, after the swelling in his knee subsides, to better determine the extent of the injury.
Henderson among Favre's 'forgotten teammates'
William Henderson: Has there been a quieter, more dependable Favre teammate than this humble fullback out of North Carolina? And how about this for a stat: since Mike Sherman took over in 2000, Henderson has 16 regular-season carries. 16! Yet this consummate professional has 170 receptions during that time, seemingly all of them coming as Favre's final option on third down.
Who’s the starter at fullback?
If former UNC star William Henderson is the Green Bay Packers’ starting fullback, as coach Mike Sherman so adamantly contended this week, then Sherman has an unusual way of showing it. In each of the last two games, second-year pro Vonta Leach — not Henderson — has lined up at fullback on the Packers’ first offensive play from scrimmage.
Top hoops recruits hit Triangle
The Bob Gibbons Tournament of Chamions will be held this weekend in the N.C. Triangle area. A few of the top high school basketball names expected to participate are Greg Oden, Danny Green, Wayne Ellington, Gerald Henderson, William Graves, David Weaver, and Ben McCauley. It should be quite a show.