DENVER (AP) -Former Broncos running back Travis Henry's trial for an alleged cocaine deal will take place in Montana after a U.S. Magistrate Judge ordered the case moved.
The judge also set bail Monday for the once promising running back at $400,000. Henry faces one count of conspiracy to distribute and possession with intent to distribute cocaine.
If convicted, Henry could face up to life in prison and a $4 million fine.
Henry signed a five-year, $22.5 million contract with the Broncos before the 2007 season, but was troubled during training camp by a sprained left knee. He was released from the Broncos on June 2, when coach Mike Shanahan said his commitment was lacking.

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