LINK ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (Jan. 3, 2005) -- Travis Henry wants out of Buffalo because he's unhappy with the prospect of spending another season as Willis McGahee 's backup. "I want to go somewhere where I can be a starter and play, and be a big contributor," Henry said, a day after the Bills' missed the playoffs with a season-ending 29-24 loss to Pittsburgh. Henry, who started for three years and has a year left on his contract, made it clear he wouldn't accept another season with a secondary role. "I'm a starter. I've been starting since I've been in this league," Henry said. "I know the role that I was given this year. I didn't like it, but I dealt with it."