Where do Denver Broncos tight ends rank among AFC West?
4. Gerald Everett, Los Angeles Chargers
After starting off his career with the Los Angeles Rams and then moving to the Seattle Seahawks, veteran Gerald Everett will now make his way back to Los Angeles to catch passes from Justin Herbert.
Presumably as the team’s TE1.
Everett has been a solid pass-catching tight end in the NFL for a long time now and he brings consistency to the table in that regard.
He scored a career-high four touchdown passes last season in Seattle where Russell Wilson was his primary quarterback.
3. Foster Moreau, Las Vegas Raiders
This might seem like a hot take but Foster Moreau is in a contract year for the Las Vegas Raiders, and he might be someone’s TE1 in the 2023 offseason.
Unfortunately for him, if he has another good season, the franchise tag for tight ends is actually not that bad for teams.
Moreau’s numbers and blocking at the position since 2019 speak for themselves:
- 58 receptions
- 10 touchdowns
- 11.8 yards per reception
- 74.4 catch percentage
Moreau has played a TE2 role with the Raiders behind Darren Waller, but he’s not a typical backup. He’s a stud who should be starting for someone.