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William Henderson Enjoying His View From The Booth


entered the NFL as a third round pick out of North Carolina in 1995 hoping to earn enough to pay for grad school. Twelve years later, he retired with a Super Bowl ring, a reputation as one of the best fullbacks of his generation, and enough money to pay for grad school a hundred times over. It was never about attention with Henderson. (Inside Carolina)

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