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Patriots notebook: Stephen Anderson could be surprise contributor in playoffs

One year ago   |   By Boston Herald

FOXBORO - Two tight ends could make their season debuts Sunday at Gillette Stadium.
You've likely heard plenty about the first, Hunter Henry. A third-year veteran for the Chargers, Henry is attempting to return from an ACL tear suffered in late May. He's a well-established threat in the red zone, as evidenced by his 12 touchdowns during his first two years in the league.
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