Cowboys CB Henry leaves after spraining ankle against Rams Print
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Sunday, 30 September 2007 08:14
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 IRVING, Texas (AP) -Dallas Cowboys cornerback Anthony Henry, the NFL leader with four interceptions, left Sunday's game against St. Louis after he sprained his right ankle while knocking down a pass.
The team said Henry's return was questionable. X-rays were negative.
Henry landed awkwardly on his right leg after leaping and knocking down Marc Bulger's deep pass intended for Torry Holt late in the first quarter. Henry was slow getting up, then stopped when he stood up and was attended to by trainers.
Henry gingerly walked off the field with little assistance. After being looked at on the sideline, the player was taken to the locker room. He was back on the sideline midway through the second quarter.
 

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