|6||Steelers||L 17 - 24||8||100||12.5||21||2|
|5||Broncos||L 13 - 20|
|4||@Dolphins||W 30 - 10|
|3||Texans||L 20 - 27|
|2||@Lions||L 10 - 13|
|1||Colts||W 30 - 24||4||60||15||22||0|
WR TE Career
|2016||San Diego Chargers||15||10||36||478||13.3||59||8||0||0||0||0||0||1||1|
|2017||Los Angeles Chargers||14||13||45||579||12.9||34||4|
|2019||Los Angeles Chargers||2||2||12||160||13.3||22||2|
- Earned All-Rookie honors from the Professional Football Writers of America in 2016.
- Started 13 of 14 games played in 2017, setting career highs with 45 receptions and 579 receiving yards (12.9 avg.) while hauling in four touchdowns.
- Moved into sole possession of 12th in team annals among TEs with 1,057 career receiving yards.
- Led all rookie TEs with 478 receiving yards while tying for a league-leading eight touchdown catches among TEs in 2016
MTS: Hunter Henry Previews the 2019 Season
Chargers tight end Hunter Henry sits down with Daniel Jeremiah on the Move the Sticks Podcast to talk about the prototype player at the tight end position. Henry discusses his journey to the NFL, which players he's learning from and how his relationship with quarterback Phillip Rivers has grown since Henry was drafted in 2016.