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RB continued to play through pain

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Buffalo Bills running back Travis Henry
cracked a bone in his lower right leg, yet continued to play in
Buffalo's 12-10 loss to Houston on Sunday.

Coach Gregg Williams wouldn't provide the full extent of the
injury, and didn't rule Henry out of next week's game against
Indianapolis.

"We'll take it day by day," Williams said.

Henry was wearing a protective boot Monday but was walking
without a limp, and his condition will be monitored throughout the
week.

It was a remarkable performance for Henry, who finished with 23
carries for 149 yards rushing, with 10 of those carries and 34
yards coming after cracking his fibula.

Henry was injured after a 3-yard run up the middle inside the
Texans' 10. It appeared linebacker Jay Foreman rolled up on the
back of Henry's leg when he was down.

Henry had to be helped off the field, and was carted off for
tests. He returned for the start of the third quarter.

Henry played through pain before, missing only one game earlier
this season after he tore cartilage in his rib in Buffalo's 17-7
loss at Miami on Sept. 21.

Henry wasn't available for comment.

The Bills also lost safety Izell Reese, who sustained a
concussion in the fourth quarter.