Chargers re-sign TE Stephen Anderson

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The Chargers are bringing back one of their own players.

Los Angeles is re-signing tight end Stephen Anderson, according to the team’s official website.

The move came a week after Hunter Henry signed with the Patriots. Also in correspondence, L.A. signed Jared Cook to a one-year deal.

Anderson, 28, played all 16 games last season with three starts. He made eight catches for 106 yards.

Even though Anderson played only 139 offensive snaps, he was a key special teams player. He saw playing time on 303 special teams snaps in 2020.

When he was on the field for offensive snaps, Anderson was a plus blocker and yards after the catch asset.

In his career, Anderson has played 45 career games with eight starts, posting 44 catches for 541 yards and two touchdowns.