Potential landing spots for Chargers TE Hunter Henry

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Gavino Borquez
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The Chargers will have some decisions to make on their pending free agents when the new league year begins next week.

I expect Los Angeles to be aggressive to bring back a few of them. However, there’s no guarantee that they’re back, especially if a team that has more interest outbids them.

With that being said, let’s take a look at potential landing spots for the Bolts’ notable free agents if the Bolts can’t come to an agreement, starting with tight end Hunter Henry.

Jaguars: Jacksonville will be looking to build around the likely No. 1 pick quarterback Trevor Lawrence. With the most cap space available, they are the most equipped to land arguably the top tight end on the market.

Bengals: Like Lawrence, Cincinnati will be seeking to give their young signal-caller, Joe Burrow, more reinforcements. For a position group that struggled last season, adding Henry is just what they need. With $44.1 million in available cap space, the team can make it happen.

Panthers: Whether it’s Teddy Bridgewater, a free agent or a rookie distributing the wealth, Carolina needs to get better at the position for them. Following Greg Olsen’s departure, Ian Thomas struggled to step up in the No. 1 role. The Panthers are slated to have $32 million in spending money.

Patriots: New England will likely be undergoing a complete makeover to their offense this offseason, but the position should be a priority last after finishing last in the league in receptions by tight ends each of the last two seasons. The Patriots will likely be aggressive to land Henry, as they possess $70.1 million.

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