This is an article about Mario Henry on the Lions Bridge Financial Advisors Website. An excerpt of the actual article: Mario Henry was a broke college kid in the spring of 1994, when he went to the NFL Combine, where would-be professional football players go to be poked and prodded by teams looking for the next wave of young players. Henry, a New Jersey who played at Rutgers University, was so broke at the time that he couldn’t afford a decent pair of sneakers to use at the combine, so he was happy and relieved when his agent said he would buy him a pair. Henry, a wide receiver, hadn’t played a lot of football compared with others at the combine, but teams were excited to see him at the combine because at 6-foot-2, he had good size, and he had run the 40-yard dash in a blistering time of 4.30 seconds. Click Here to read the rest of the article

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