Houston Texans add Dalton Schultz and Devin Singletary to offense

The Houston Texans hit the free agent market twice on Monday, adding tight end Dalton Schultz and running back Devin Singletary to their offense.

Dalton Schultz has signed a one-year, $9 million maximum, while Singletary’s one-year deal is worth up to $3.75 million.

Schultz, who played for the Dallas Cowboys for five years, takes over the starting position from Jordan Akins, who has joined the Cleveland Browns. Singletary, on the other hand, comes from the Buffalo Bills and will complement the backfield in which last year’s rookie Dameon Pierce is considered a starter.

Schultz is one of only four tight ends to have at least 50 receptions and 500 receiving yards each in the past three years. The others are Travis Kelce, Mark Andrews and TJ Hockenson.

Singletary, on the other hand, was a recent starter at Buffalo and in his four years there never had fewer than 950 scrimmage yards. He hasn’t missed a single game in the past three seasons.


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