Matthew Berry and Field Yates discuss the Patriots' tight ending situation after the recent Hunter Henry injury. (1:29).A source said that Hunter Henry, New England Patriots tight end, will miss "a few weeks" because of a shoulder injury he sustained Sunday.It appeared that the injury occurred during a one on-one block drill in Patriots full-pads practice. Henry left the locker room later with a member the team's medical personnel and received an MRI.Schefter was told by a source that the injury is not serious, but that there is no timetable for Henry's return."Hunter has been involved in all he can since he arrived [in spring] Coach Bill Belichick stated Tuesday that Hunter has gained a lot. "Hunter is a smart man. He will return when he is able."In the preseason opener, the Patriots will host the Washington Football Team Thursday.After five years in Los Angeles Chargers, Henry signed a $37.5 million, three-year contract with the Patriots. Henry is part of New England's tight end set, as well as Jonnu Smith (four-years, $50 million), who was formerly with the Tennessee Titans.Henry, who is 6-foot-5 and 250-pounds, has had 196 career receptions totaling 2,322 yards and 21 touchdowns.Henry was drafted in the second round by the Chargers in 2016. He played in 55 of 80 regular-season games for the Chargers over five seasons. After tearing his ACL during offseason practices, Henry missed the 2018 regular season. He returned for one playoff match.This report was contributed by Mike Reiss, ESPN.