Cincinnati’s Chris Henry Dies Internet Sports Betting

December 1, 2010 Sports Betting

Internet sport betting was shocked on Thursday as Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chris Henry died, one day after falling out of a pickup truck in what police are calling a domestic dispute.

The Bengals have been one of the better offshore sports betting stories this season and Henry had seemed to have turned his life around after previous problems.

Internet sport betting has the Bengals playing in San Diego this week against the Chargers. It will be a tough Internet sport betting game for the Bengals who lost one of their friends. “We knew him in a different way than his public persona," Bengals owner Mike Brown said, "He had worked through the troubles in his life and had finally seemingly reached the point where everything was going to blossom. And he was going to have the future we all wanted for him. It’s painful to us. We feel it in our hearts, and we will miss him."

Offshore sport betting had Henry reportedly in a domestic dispute with his fiancé Loleini Tonga.  Internet sport betting reports had Henry jumping into the pickup truck that Tonga was driving and beating on the back of the window. Internet sport betting reports said that just moments later someone called 911 and said that they saw someone lying on the road.  Police say that at sometime Henry fell out of the truck.

Henry and his fiancé were engaged as offshore sports betting info indicated and plans were for them to get married in March. They had been raising three children. Offshore sports betting had the incident occurring in Charlotte, North Carolina which is the home of Henry’s fiancée’s parents. The shock was heard around the Internet sport betting world, particularly with Cincinnati players. "Chris was a guy that I believe and our team believes was heavily misunderstood.” Quarterback Carson Palmer said, “There was a lot of speculation about who he was, but the only guys that knew Chris and knew how good of a heart he had, how kind he was, how gentle he was, how soft of a heart he had, were the guys in our locker room, the guys who were close to him, his family."

Internet sports betting indicated that head coach Marvin Lewis spoke as well. "For those who knew Chris, he was nothing like his public perception. A loving and caring individual, he was thankful for what he had in life, and proud of what he had overcome." Cincinnati head coach Marvin Lewis said.