Chargers keep the door open for Hunter Henry to return, place him on PUP to begin season

Chargers tight end Hunter Henry seemingly lost his season when he tore his ACL in May, but the Chargers have left the door open for him to return at some point during the upcoming season. As ESPN’s Field Yates pointed out on Twitter, the Chargers did not place Henry on injured reserve on Saturday, instead opting to put him on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list, which means he’s eligible to return later in the season.

It might be unlikely, but it’s not impossible. 

On the PUP list, Henry can’t practice or play during the first six weeks of the season. But he will have a chance to return after that six-week window.

Henry, drafted in the second round back in 2016, developed into one of the league’s most complete tight ends during his first two seasons. In 2016, he caught 36 passes for 478 yards and eight touchdowns. In 2017, he caught 45 passes for 579 yards and

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