The Texans have been active this past couple of weeks and now added two new offensive weapons. Dalton Shultz and Devin Singletary have agreed to terms on one-year deals respectively. Shultz’s deal is up to $9M while Singletary’s is up to 3.75 million.
Shultz was viewed by many as the top tight end in the market. Overall, he had a great career with the Cowboys averaging 198 catches and 17 TDs. Although his production dipped a little bit in the 2022 season with 57 catches for 577 yards and five touchdowns. He came up big down the stretch with five receiving touchdowns including in playoffs. He is known for being Dak Prescott’s security blanket and is a reliable target when needed. Regardless, he’s still a top-10 tight end.
Singletary was one of the more reliable running backs for the Bills as he was the leading rusher for the past four seasons for Buffalo. His career average is 787.75 yards per season and 16 total touchdowns. In the 2022 season, he had 819 rushing yards and five rushing touchdowns. They might not be flashy numbers but they certainly look better when you keep in mind the Bills are a very pass-heavy team with head coach Sean McDermott and star quarterback Josh Allen. After splitting with rookie James Cook, he made the most out of the mediocre rushing attacks in the league. He should complement Damion Pierce nicely.
The two signings come on the heels of the Brandin Cooks trade and a massive contract extension for Laremy Tunsil. Not to mention the signing of Robert Woods and the forgotten John Metchie who is returning after recovering from leukemia during his rookie season. All signs point to the Texans drafting a rookie quarterback with the number two overall pick.
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