Chargers re-sign TE Donald Parham Jr.

All three of the Chargers’ primary tight ends will return next season.

On Friday, ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler broke the news that Donald Parham Jr. had re-signed with the Chargers. Terms of the contract were not immediately available.

Parham became an unrestricted free agent on Wednesday after the Chargers elected not to tender him as a restricted free agent by the start of the new league year. He reportedly had interest from the Browns, Bills, and Patriots, the latter of which signed former Dolphin Mike Gesicki on Friday.

Signed out of the XFL in 2020, Parham has struggled with injuries, namely concussions and a recurring hamstring issue, in his time in LA. Last season he was limited to only six games, catching ten passes for 130 yards and a touchdown.

In his three-year Chargers career, he has 40 receptions for 479 yards and seven touchdowns.

Story originally appeared on Chargers Wire