No Fines Likely for Ochocinco, Marshall
Ochocinco, who originally wanted to wear his teammates number 15 against the San Diego Chargers, carried Henry's jersey onto the field before the game.
Then he fell to his knees in the end zone and looked up at the heavens after scoring on a 49-yard touchdown pass from Carson Palmer during the game. Marshall, who wears No. 15 for Denver, warmed up in a Jersey with "Henry'' on the back although he wore his own name during Sunday's game with Oakland.
Henry, who was on injured reserve with a broken arm, fell out of the back of a truck last Thursday in Charlotte, N.C. after a dispute with his fiancee. He died on Friday and services will be in New Orleans on Sunday. He had been suspended numerous times during his five-year career but had been turning his life around this season before being hurt.
Two sources told Fanhouse that commissioner Roger Goodell had not yet decided whether to fine Ochocinco, Marshall and any other players who paid tribute to Henry. But they said that any action against them was unlikely. Earlier, Ochocinco had said he would wear No. 15 regardless of what he would be fined, but then changed his mind.