Patriots signed TE Hunter Henry, formerly of the Chargers, to a three-year, $37.5 million contract.
Henry's deal includes $25 million guaranteed. The Patriots have now landed both of free agency's top tight ends in Henry and Jonnu Smith, who on Monday signed a four-year, $50 million deal with New England ($31.25 million guaranteed). There will be loose talk of the Patriots trying to revive the team's Rob Gronkowski-Aaron Hernandez offense from years ago. There is a slight difference, however, between career prime Tom Brady and late-career Cam Newton. Barring a total overhaul of New England's run-heavy, Cam-led offense, the Henry signing all but ensures neither tight end will be a startable fantasy option in 12-team leagues this season. Henry departing LA leaves Donald Parham -- he of much fantasy football intrigue -- as the favorite to start at tight end in Justin Herbert's offense. Mar 16 10:03 am (EST)
- ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Chargers won't use the franchise tag on Hunter Henry.
- ESPN's Michael DiRocco said the Jaguars should "be aggressive in pursuing" Hunter Henry this offseason.
- The Athletic's Sheil Kapadia believes Hunter Henry could get $10.5 million a year in free agency. All Hunter Henry News
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