Los Angeles Chargers waive former Georgia TE

The Los Angeles Chargers waived former Georgia Bulldogs tight end Tre’ McKitty on Tuesday. Los Angeles drafted McKitty with a third-round pick in the 2021 NFL draft.

McKitty played in 28 games from 2021-2022 with the Chargers. Los Angeles moved on from McKitty after he played in six games of the 2023 NFL season. McKitty has 12 career catches for 117 yards in his NFL career.

Chargers Wire highlights what Los Angeles will do at tight end without the former Georgia tight end.

With McKitty gone, Gerald Everett, Donald Parham and Stone Smartt make up the tight end room. To fill the void, L.A. could call up Nick Vannett from the practice squad.

McKitty must look for a new NFL home after being waived. NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero announced the Chargers’ decision.

McKitty played at Georgia in 2020 after transferring from Florida State, with which he played college football from 2017-2019.

Story originally appeared on UGA Wire