Travis Henry, a former Denver Broncos running back, will be in court April 16, when he is expected to agree to a plea bargain in the federal case accusing him of conspiracy to possess and distribute cocaine, among other charges. That’s according to The Associated Press, which reports that it is not clear from court filings what exactly Henry will admit to. Henry and co-defendant James Mack were arrested on September 30 in the Denver area, with officials alleging the two plotted to supply cocaine to customers in Montana.