Free Agency 2021: Other Notable Signings

March 15, 2021

Rob Gronkowski: Gronk returns to Tampa Bay on a one-year, $10 million deal. In his return from retirement, Gronk caught 45 passes for 623 yards and seven touchdowns.

He finished at TE8, and while he doesn’t crack the top-25 dynasty TEs, he could repeat his top 10 performance.

Carlos Hyde: Hyde signed a two-year, $6 million deal to reunite in Jacksonville with former coach Urban Meyer.

Hyde is just one season removed from toting the ball for 1,070 yards and six scores in Houtson.

Hyde doesn’t serve as much of a threat to incumbent starter James Robinson.

Phillip Dorsett: Joining Hyde on the plane from Seattle to Jacksonville is former first-round pick, Dorsett.

While under contract with Seattle last season, Dorsett sat out the whole season with an injury.

Dorsett is entering his sixth season and hasn’t topped 530 yards in any season. He looks to slot as the WR3 for the Jags behind DJ Chark and Laviska Shenault.

Jameis Winston: After a season sitting behind Drew Brees and Taysom Hill, Winston is back in New Orleans on a one-year, $12 million deal.

A season after throwing for 5,109 yards and 33 touchdowns, Winston attempted just 11 passes in 2020.

He will likely be part of a camp battle with Hill, who recently signed a four-year extension.

Devontae Booker: After four seasons as a backup in Denver and one as a backup in Las Vegas, Booker will backup Saquon Barkley in New York.

Booker agreed to a two-year, $6 million deal with the Giants.

Booker’s career highlights include highs in rushing (612) and total touchdowns (5) in his rookie year in 2016 in Denver.

Ryan Fitzpatrick: For the ninth time in 17 seasons, Fitzmagic will suit up for a different team. Fitzpatrick agreed to a one-year, $10 million contract with the Washington Football Team.

The 38-year old signal caller is coming off a season where he played nine games for the Dolphins, throwing for 2,091 yards, 13 scores and 8 interceptions.

It’s yet to be seen what Washington’s plans are for Fitzpatrick, but in 146 starts, he has 13 fourth-quarter comebacks and 18 game-winning drives.

Matthew Judon signs with New England for four years and $56 million.

Leonard Floyd re-signs with the Rams for four years and $64 million.

Bud Dupree signs with Tennessee.

Carl Lawson signs three-year, $45 million deal with New York Jets.