Injuries and off the field issues have plagued second-year wide receiver Carlos Henderson early on in his career with the Denver Broncos. The high-profile prospect from Louisiana Tech showed an uncanny ability in college to come up with the big plays and accumulate serious yardage after the catch, but was unable to demonstrate those plus qualities in his first year with the team.
With the franchise drafting DaeSean Hamilton and Courtland Sutton in the past draft, the combination of the aforementioned made his battle to earn a spot on the roster a tough prospect.
Unfortunately, the road to the final 53-man roster for Henderson may have gotten a little bit tougher today, as Mike Klis of 9News has reported that he will be placed on the ‘Reserve-Did Not Report List’ to start training camp.
For clarification, Carlos Henderson will officially be placed on the "Reserve- Did Not Report" list. Agent said he's dealing with personal issues and plans on joining team. #9sports— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) July 25, 2018
In a series of subsequent tweets, Klis shared thoughts from Henderson’s agent Erik Burkhardt, who stated that he and Henderson have spoken to Head Coach Vance Joseph and the organization about the situation and have the franchise’s full support regarding this matter. Burkhardt also stated that Henderson is aware of how important this year’s training camp is for him and emphasized that he is eager rejoin the team to participate in camp activities as soon as possible.