Henderson has been suspended for the team's next 10 regular-season and/or postseason games for violating the NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse.
This is Henderson's second suspension of the campaign, so the penalty is a big one and will extend well into next season. Henderson, who has battled Crohn's disease for quite some time, had finally started feeling better and was getting playing time due to starter Jordan Mills' season-long struggles. The Bills will now have to hope Mills can hold his own as the starting right tackle, as he did in Sunday's win over the Jaguars when Henderson was made inactive. As for Henderson, we'll see if the Bills keep him around, as his ups and downs since being a seventh-round selection in 2014 have been difficult to manage.