Former NFL player Travis Henry is scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday for his role financing a drug trafficking ring that moved at least 11 pounds of cocaine between Denver and Billings.
Henry, of Frostproof, Fla., was arrested by federal agents last October—just a few months after the RB was released from the Broncos.
He pleaded guilty in April to a single count of trafficking cocaine and faces a possible 10 years or more in federal prison.
Henry was described by prosecutors as the "money guy" who helped finance the operation. He has said he was struggling to keep up with child support payments after fathering at least nine children from nine women.