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  • Keelan Cole WR | LV

    Raiders' Keelan Cole: Returning to Las Vegas

    Cole re-signed with the Raiders on a one-year deal Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    Cole will return to Las Vegas, where he produced the worst season of his career last year, as the 29-year-old logged 10 catches, 141 yards and a touchdown on 21 targets, all of which were career lows. The former Jaguar and Jet will look to bounce back next season, or he could find himself at risk of not making the final roster in a crowded receiver room.

  • Texans' Devin Singletary: Joining Houston backfield

    The Texans are slated to sign Singletary to one-year deal, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    Per Schefter, Singletary's deal with Houston is worth up to $3.75 million. During the 2022 season with the Bills, Singletary carried 177 times for 819 yards and five touchdowns, while adding 38 catches for 280 yards and a receiving score on 52 targets. With the Texans, Singletary will team up with 2022 fourth-rounder Dameon Pierce (ankle) to give the team a solid 1-2 backfield punch this coming season. As long as Pierce can stay healthy, he figures to lead the way, but even in a complementary role Singletary should see enough volume out of Houston's backfield to yield fantasy utility in 2023.

  • Dalton Schultz TE | DAL

    Texans' Dalton Schultz: Lands with Texans

    The Texans are slated to sign Schultz, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

    Per Pelissero, Schultz is slated to land a one-year deal with Houston worth up to $9 million. In 15 games with the Cowboys last season, Schultz logged a 57-577-5 line on 89 targets. With the Texans, Schultz is in line to take over as the team's top pass-catching tight end, a context that should provide the 26-year-old with enough volume in 2023 to continue to maintain fantasy relevance in his new locale.

  • Jon Feliciano OG | NYG

    49ers' Jon Feliciano: Headed to San Francisco

    Feliciano signed a one-year deal with the 49ers on Monday, Kim Jones of Newsday reports.

    Feliciano, a former Bill and Giant, will head to San Francisco for the 2023 season. The 31-year-old is able to play center or guard, and he should have an opportunity to compete for a starting job this offseason. Even if he is unable to win a starting spot, Feliciano should still bring solid value as a backup and should be able to fill in admirably in case any starter on the interior of the line suffers an injury.

  • Packers' Corey Ballentine: Staying put in Green Bay

    The Packers re-signed Ballentine on Monday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN reports.

    Ballentine will return to Green Bay next season where he spent time both on the active roster and practice squad this past year. Heading into the 2023 campaign, the 26-year-old could potentially find himself competing for a roster spot in what's become a crowded secondary. If he does make the team, the 2019 sixth-round pick will likely see most of his playing time on special teams, where he brings value both in coverage and as a returner.

  • Miles Sanders RB | PHI

    Panthers' Miles Sanders: Viewed as three-down back

    Speaking Monday, Panthers coach Frank Reich said he views Sanders as a three-down back, according to Mike Kaye of The Charlotte Observer.

    Sanders' four-year, $25.4 million deal with Carolina made him the NFL's 12th-highest-paid running back, and the Panthers apparently have big plans for their new playmaker. In Indianapolis, Reich had Jonathan Taylor, who was featured as an every-down workhorse. And Panthers offensive coordinator Thomas Brown had Cam Akers, whom the Rams rode hard for different stretches in recent years. Sanders only saw 26 targets as an early-down back in Philadelphia last season, but it sounds like that number could grow in Carolina. As a result, he could be an attractive fantasy RB2 likely playing in an offense with a rookie quarterback for much of the 2023 season.

  • Raiders' Jordan Willis: Staying out west

    Willis signed with the Raiders on Monday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

    Willis will stay out west as he heads to Las Vegas after spending the past three years in San Francisco. After recording 12 tackles (six solo) and two sacks in 2022, the 27-year-old will provide solid rotational depth behind pass rushers Maxx Crosby and Chandler Jones as well as see time on special teams next season.

  • Jaquan Johnson DB | BUF

    Raiders' Jaquan Johnson: Signing with Las Vegas

    Johnson agreed to terms with the Raiders on a one-year deal Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    Johnson now will leave Buffalo, where he's spent the past four seasons, and head out west to Las Vegas. The 2019 sixth-round pick is coming off of his most productive campaign, registering 32 tackles (16 solo) and an interception while playing on both defense and special teams. The 27-year-old will likely serve as a reserve safety in addition to playing on special teams for the Raiders next season.

  • Ross Dwelley TE | SF

    49ers' Ross Dwelley: Returning to San Francisco

    Dwelley re-signed with the 49ers on Monday, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

    Dwelley will remain in San Francisco, where he's spent the entirety of his career since signing there as an undrafted free agent in 2018. The 28-year-old played in 12 games last season and recorded three catches for 105 yards and a touchdown. Dwelley should provide solid depth behind George Kittle as well as adding value on special teams next season.

  • O.J. Howard TE | HOU

    Raiders' O.J. Howard: Lands with Las Vegas

    The Raiders agreed to terms with Howard on Monday, the Las Vegas Review-Journal's Vincent Bonsignore reports.

    The 19th overall pick in the 2017 Draft, Howard is now 28 years old and coming off a career-low 10 catches for 145 yards and two touchdowns across 13 games for the Texans last season after failing to make the Bills' roster out of training camp last summer. There's an opening at tight end for the Raiders after the team traded Darren Waller to the Giants. Foster Moreau also remains a free agent.

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