For Frequency Sake Fantasy Football Other Notable Signings – 3/17

Other Notable Signings – 3/17

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John Brown: A week after getting cut by the Bills, Smokey Brown has a new home. Brown and the Raiders agreed to a one-year deal for up to $5.5 million.

In his first season with Buffalo in 2019, Brown caught 70 passes for 1,060 yard and six touchdowns in 15 games. He played in just eight games in 2020 catching 33 passes for 458 passes and three scores.

Brown will likely replace Nelson Agholor, who signed with the Patriots, as the Raiders deep threat.

Jamaal Williams: Former Packer Williams is staying in the NFC North on a two-year, $7.5 million deal with Detroit.

Williams, who has mostly played second fiddle in Green Bay has rushed for at least 460 yards in each of his four seasons. He has also caught at least 25 passes for 200 yards.

Williams will again be second fiddle, this time to second-year back D’Andre Swift.

Lamar Miller: The former Dolphin, Texan and Bear signed a one-year deal with Washington. The financials have not been disclosed.

Miller rushed for at least 800 yards in every season between 2014 and 2018, twice topping 1,000 yards.

He missed all of 2019 with a torn ACL and bounced around in 2020, catching two passes for the Bears in one game.

Miller will play some sort of backup role to Antonio Gibson if he makes the team.

Marlon Mack: The Colts running back re-upped with Indianapolis with a one-year contract. He missed most of last season after tearing his Achilles in Week 1.

Gerald Everett: The former Rams tight end announced he will continue his career in Seattle.

Matt Prater: In a @misslindel special, Prater signed a two-year contract worth $7 million to join the wave of players heading to Arizona.

Mike Boone: Who? Boone has toiled as the the RB3 in Minnesota. He has reportedly signed with the Broncos.

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