Henry's lawyers have filed an injunction against the league, claiming that his representatives were not present at the time his urine sample was tested, and they believe this to be a violation of the NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement.
While the two sides are trying to straighten the matter out, Henry is still on the Broncos roster, but is considered doubtful for Sunday's game with ankle and knee injuries.
Should the courts rule in favor of the NFL, Henry will face a mandatory one-year suspension, and will more than likely be released from Denver's roster.
Both the league and the team are keeping pretty quiet about the situation, but it obviously is a concern for head coach Mike Shanahan, who touched on the situation briefly in Friday's media session.
"If I did say I was disappointed, it would kind of give you an idea of what I was thinking. One day I can explain it in more detail. Now is not the time."
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