Travis Henry

Interested - Dolphins, Raiders, Panthers, Cardinals, Bucaneers

Jan. 30 - It doesn't happen often but Bills president and GM Tom Donahoe said he'd consider dealing RB Travis Henry to AFC East foe Miami at the right price, The Palm Beach Post reported.

Henry, slowed by foot and leg injuries last season, lost the starting job to Willis McGahee, who is slated to be the top back again next season. Henry was limited to just 326 yards on 94 carries with no touchdowns in nine games. He had rushed for 1,000 yards the previous two seasons.

Henry earlier told the newspaper that Miami is where he'd like to end up. The Bills asking price could be as high as a second-round pick, Donahoe indicated.

Tampa Bay, one of the other interested teams, may be shying away from considering Henry given his past fumbling problems, The Tampa Tribune reported. Henry went without a fumble in 2004 while touching the ball 104 times. But he had five drops in 2001, 11 in 2002 and seven in 2003.