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Mailbag: September 14, 2023

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: Stacking up Jakobi against suspended Jameson Williams. Why is the Index so low on Tyjae Spears? And Hunter Henry? Up-and-coming Sam LaPorta. And more. more »



Patriots TE Gesicki suffers dislocated shoulder

New England Patriots tight end MIKE GESICKI suffered a mild dislocated shoulder during practice earlier this week that is expected to sideline him for a short time. The team remains hopefulMore that he will be able to return for the season opener. Gesicki is expected to play a sizable role in New England’s reworked offense in two tight end sets alongside fellow tight end HUNTER HENRY. Fantasy owners will want to monitor his progress in the weeks ahead. Less



Patriots TE Gesicki excited to finally work with OC O’Brien

Veteran tight end MIKE GESICKI joined the New England Patriots this offseason and said recently that he is excited to finally be able to play for new offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien.More Gesicki has known O’Brien since his high school days, but O’Brien left Penn State for the NFL just before Gesicki started his college career. O’Brien gained a reputation for his work with tight ends during his first stint with the Patriots, developing players such as Rob Gronkowski into elite pass-catching threats. O’Brien will have plenty of talent to develop in New England, with Gesicki and HUNTER HENRY leading the tight end corps for the Patriots. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Factoid: Bill O'Brien

I will be interested to see what Bill O’Brien does with New England’s offense. Specifically the tight ends. The Patriots invested big money on Hunter Henry and Jonnu Smith but didn’t really get much from them last year.   more »


Patriots TE Henry expects to play Sunday

New England Patriots tight end HUNTER HENRY expects to be ready to play in Sunday’s season opening game against the Miami Dolphins. Henry has been practicing and is looking forward toMore playing with first-round rookie quarterback MAC JONES and fellow tight end JONNU SMITH. Henry and Smith are expected to be a focal point of the Patriots offense heading into the upcoming season. Less

Source: Boston Herald


Patriots TE Smith dealing with ankle injury

New England tight end JONNU SMITH suffered a low left ankle sprain during a practice session on Sunday, but the injury is reportedly not considered serious. There is currently no firmMore timetable for Smith’s return from the injury. Fellow tight end HUNTER HENRY has also missed two practices and the team’s first preseason game after injuring his shoulder last weekend. The Patriots new tight end corps, expected to be a highlight of the offense, is off to a rough start. Less

Source: New England Sports Network


Patriots TE Smith on the mend

New England Patriots tight end JONNU SMITH is reportedly on track to be ready for the start of training camp. Smith, one of two high-profile offseason acquisitions at the tight endMore position (HUNTER HENRY is the other), exited his first minicamp practice last month due to a hamstring injury and he wound up missing the rest of minicamp. The Patriots are scheduled to start training camp on July 28th. Less

Source: New England Sports Network


Patriots TE Henry fine after injury scare in OTA’s

New England Patriots tight end HUNTER HENRY appears to have dodged a bullet after an injury scare during organized team activities late last week. The 26-year-old tight end suffered an ankleMore injury during Thursday’s OTA session and did not return. Fortunately for all involved, the injury is not deemed serious and Henry should be ready to roll soon. As fantasy owners may know, Henry has yet to play a full season in his five-year NFL career. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Factoid: Tight end combos

I’m interested to see what the Patriots do with their new tight ends. Hunter Henry and Jonnu Smith are both capable tight ends, and Bill Belichick has a history of successfully using multiple players at the position.  more »


Around the NFL: Pricey Patriots

One of the bigger stories of the free agency period has been the way the New England Patriots opened up their checkbook to bring in a lot of top dollar players. It doesn't really fit the profile of the way they built their dynasty, and it's fair to wonder if it will pay off.   more »



Patriots double down at TE position

The New England Patriots secured the top two tight ends on the open market this week. After agreeing to terms with TE JONNU SMITH on Monday, the Patriots doubled down onMore Tuesday by reaching an agreement with fellow TE HUNTER HENRY. The Patriots also added wide receivers NELSON AGHOLOR and KENDRICK BOURNE as free agent pass catchers in what will be a revamped pass-catching corps heading into the 2021 season. Less

Source: New England Sports Network


Chargers TE Henry headed for free agency

The Los Angeles Chargers decided this week not to franchise tag tight end HUNTER HENRY before the Tuesday deadline, meaning he is set to become a free agent next week. HenryMore played last season on a tag that paid him $10.6 million, but the team is taking a different approach heading into the upcoming season. Henry, 26, is entering his sixth season after being a second-round pick in 2016. Henry was quarterback JUSTIN HERBERT’s second-favorite target last season, behind wide receiver KEENAN ALLEN. Less

Source: Los Angeles Times

Around the NFL: Free agency

Free agency is about to kick off, and there will be some quality young talent hitting the market. For teams looking for running backs and pass catchers, there are options available.   more »


Around the NFL: Hunter Henry

There are a lot of big names at wide receiver hitting free agency; not as many at the tight end position. Maybe the biggest one is the Chargers' Hunter Henry. The former second-rounder is 26 years old, and comes off a career-high in receptions (60). He'll definitely have a market.   more »


Dynasty Leagues: Long-term TE rankings

There’s unusual quality and depth with the rookie wide receivers – lots of them. But that’s not the case with the first-year tight ends, where the pickings are unusually slim.  more »


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