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Bolt Beat Feb 24, 2021

LA Chargers: 3 free agent blocking tight ends to replace Virgil Green

The main focus for the LA Chargers at the tight end position this offseason is retaining Hunter Henry. Whether it be with the franchise tag or a new contract, the Chargers should be hard-pressed to bring back one of Justin Herbert’s favorite targets. The team is likely losing another important tight end as well. Veteran […] LA Chargers: 3 free agent blocking tight ends to replace Virgil Green - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - LA Chargers News and Fan Community
Bolts From The Blue Feb 23, 2021
Chargers Discussion Thread: Thoughts on Zach Ertz rumblings

Chargers Discussion Thread: Thoughts on Zach Ertz rumblings

Photo by Christian Petersen/ Could choosing Zach Ertz over Hunter Henry allow for more necessary additions in free agents? Good morning, Chargers fans! I’m currently taking some time to see some family out of state for the first few days of this week while also trying to squeeze in some much-needed TLC prior to the beginning of MLB’s Spring Training that begins in less than a week’s time. For those of you who don’t know, I cover the Padres for SB Nation, as well, and so my “offseason” of writing is barely two months long this year. With that in mind, I’ll...
Bolt Beat Feb 22, 2021

LA Chargers: Breaking down the finances of a Henry extension

Unless Hunter Henry is franchise tagged by the LA Chargers again, he will hit the open market in March. There’s been a lot of discussion about what type of deal he’ll get. Spotrac‘s Market Value function currently has him getting a 4-year contract at $43.8 million — $10.95 million per season. That would be lower […] LA Chargers: Breaking down the finances of a Henry extension - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - LA Chargers News and Fan Community
Bolt Beat Feb 22, 2021

LA Chargers: Three bargain bin free agent options to pursue

Most of the attention in free agency goes to the guys getting top dollar. Hunter Henry will likely be landing top tight end money this offseason while many other free agents land deals between $10-20 million per year. The smaller contracts given out by teams don’t get talked about nearly as much in March, but […] LA Chargers: Three bargain bin free agent options to pursue - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - LA Chargers News and Fan Community
Bolt Beat Feb 20, 2021

Why the LA Chargers won’t trade for tight end Zach Ertz

One of the biggest storylines surrounding the LA Chargers this offseason is what the team does at the tight end position. Hunter Henry is a free agent after getting franchise-tagged last offseason and will get one of the biggest tight end contracts in the league. There is another tight end that has been connected to […] Why the LA Chargers won’t trade for tight end Zach Ertz - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - LA Chargers News and Fan Community
Bolt Beat Feb 3, 2021

LA Chargers: Biggest threats to sign away Hunter Henry

Hunter Henry is once again a free agent after the LA Chargers franchise-tagged the young tight end last offseason. There were still serious questions about whether or not Henry could stay healthy and he passed all of the tests in 2020. Henry did miss the last two games of the season due to COVID-19 protocols […] LA Chargers: Biggest threats to sign away Hunter Henry - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - LA Chargers News and Fan Community
Bolts From The Blue Feb 2, 2021
Chargers Daily Links: How would you prioritize the Bolts’ free agents?

Chargers Daily Links: How would you prioritize the Bolts’ free agents?

Photo by Chris Unger/ Your source for all Chargers and NFL news from around the web. Good morning and happy Tuesday, everyone. For today’s links, I wanted to gauge all your opinions on what the priority should be for the Chargers regarding their crop of free agents this offseason. There are a number of notable names who may end up testing the market, but I understand some players at certain position aren’t viewed as valuable as the next, depending on who you ask. So is Hunter Henry, arguably the team’s most-coveted free agent, really the most important for the...
Bolt Beat Jan 31, 2021

LA Chargers: 3 options to replace Hunter Henry if he walks

Tight end Hunter Henry is back on the free-agent market after the LA Chargers franchise-tagged the tight end last offseason. The franchise tag made a lot of sense last year as the team still wanted Henry to prove that he could stay healthy, something that he accomplished in 2020. Henry only missed two games in […] LA Chargers: 3 options to replace Hunter Henry if he walks - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - LA Chargers News and Fan Community
Bolt Beat Jan 27, 2021

Why it is imperative that the LA Chargers re-sign Hunter Henry

Hunter Henry is the LA Chargers‘ biggest free agent this offseason and is the best free-agent tight end available this offseason. There are going to be other teams attempting to sway Henry away from Los Angeles and the Bolts should be doing everything in their power to re-sign him. The narrative heading into the 2020 […] Why it is imperative that the LA Chargers re-sign Hunter Henry - Bolt Beat - Bolt Beat - LA Chargers News and Fan Community

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