Historical Comps for Hunter Henry’s Rookie Season
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Charles Kleinheksel has begun a series of articles looking at rookie wide receivers, and placing their first NFL seasons in some kind of historical context. Well, the NFL is a copycat league, so I thought it only right to appropriate this idea and take a look at tight ends.

Neil Dutton

Lead Writer, soft spot for the tight end position. Will never stop loving Duke Johnson.
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