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Chad Henry, Area Scout


Chad Henry enters his second season with the Colts as an area scout after spending 19 previous years in various college scouting roles with the Detroit Lions. Although side effects from a bout with cancer during high school ended Henry’s promising playing career prematurely, he continued in football as a student assistant at Penn State from 1991-93. Henry was also an undergraduate assistant coach at Indiana University of Pennsylvania upon transferring there in the spring of 1994. In May 1996, he received his bachelor’s degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in English. Henry completed his master’s work in labor and industrial relations from the same school in May 1998. He is active with the western Pennsylvania-based charitable organization Homeboys Foundation, including coaching at their annual free summer football camp for youth ages 6-18. Henry and his wife, Holly, reside in Pittsburgh. They have three children, Leah (10), Madeline (9) and Trent (7). Henry’s father, Jack, retired in 2009 after a 40-year coaching career in high school, college and in the NFL for Pittsburgh, Detroit, New Orleans and San Diego.

Chad Henry, Area Scout


Chad Henry enters his second season with the Colts as an area scout after spending 19 previous years in various college scouting roles with the Detroit Lions. Although side effects from a bout with cancer during high school ended Henry’s promising playing career prematurely, he continued in football as a student assistant at Penn State from 1991-93. Henry was also an undergraduate assistant coach at Indiana University of Pennsylvania upon transferring there in the spring of 1994. In May 1996, he received his bachelor’s degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in English. Henry completed his master’s work in labor and industrial relations from the same school in May 1998. He is active with the western Pennsylvania-based charitable organization Homeboys Foundation, including coaching at their annual free summer football camp for youth ages 6-18. Henry and his wife, Holly, reside in Pittsburgh. They have three children, Leah (10), Madeline (9) and Trent (7). Henry’s father, Jack, retired in 2009 after a 40-year coaching career in high school, college and in the NFL for Pittsburgh, Detroit, New Orleans and San Diego.