Report: Texans add Schultz, Singletary on 1-year deals
Former Dallas Cowboys tight end Dalton Schultz is signing with the Houston Texans, a source told Jordan Schultz, theScore's NFL insider.
The Texans are also adding former Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary on a one-year contract worth up to $3.75 million, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Schultz's one-year deal is worth up to $9 million, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports.
The 26-year-old tight end had been a favorite target of Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, catching 17 touchdown passes over the last three seasons. Dallas elected to franchise tag Schultz in 2022 after he posted a career-high 78 catches for 808 yards and eight touchdowns. His production slightly dipped last year with 57 receptions, 577 yards, and five touchdowns.
Singletary led the Bills in rushing yards in each of the last four seasons. The 2019 third-round pick has never rushed for fewer than 680 yards in a campaign. He broke the 800-yard mark in 2021 and 2022.
Singletary is also a capable receiving threat out of the backfield, catching 145 passes for 971 yards over his career.
The Texans' backfield is now led by second-year pro Dameon Pierce, Singletary, and Mike Boone, who also signed as a free agent.
Schultz's addition is the latest change to Houston's group of pass-catchers this offseason. The franchise traded veteran wideout Brandin Cooks on Sunday but previously added receivers Robert Woods and Noah Brown as free agents.