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1.Jaguars sign TE Tyler Eifert (FFToday) The #Jaguars signed TE Tyler Eifert to a 2-year deal worth $15.5M, source said. The former first rounder is back with his old coach, Jay Gruden, and fills a big need in Jax. Analysis: Eifert's picture is the dictionary definition of injury-prone. That being said, he did play 16 games last season although his playing time was largely limited to third downs and redzone situations. Eifert will be reunited with OC Jay Gruden but fantasy owners know the drill here. It's hard to see Eifert's value reaching higher than a TE2 in redraft leagues.4 days
2.Jaguars | Tyler Eifert terms (thehuddle) Updating previous reports, Jacksonville Jaguars TE Tyler Eifert signed a two-year, $15.5 million deal, according to a source. Analysis: Eifert was one of the best receiving tight ends in football, but he has been ravaged by injuries. He's someone you want to pair with another fragile tight end in fantasy, like Evan Engram, and you can mix and match upside injury risks. 4 days
3.Tyler Eifert reaches two-year deal with the Jaguars (FantasyPros) Tyler Eifert is signing a two-year, $15.5 million contract with the Jaguars. Analysis: Eifert will reunite with Jaguars offensive coordinator Jay Gruden. He totaled 43 catches for 436 yards and three touchdowns across 16 games for the Bengals in 2019. It was the only season in which he played 16 contests in his entire NFL career. With the move to Jacksonville, Eifert's fantasy value doesn't change much, and he should be considered a borderline TE2 for 2020 fantasy drafts.4 days
4.Jaguars | Tyler Eifert-Jags deal reached (thehuddle) Updating a previous report, unrestricted free-agent TE Tyler Eifert (Bengals) agreed to a two-year deal Tuesday, March 24, with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Financial terms were not disclosed. Eifert will be reunited with his first NFL offensive coordinator in Jay Gruden, who holds the same position in Jacksonville. Analysis: Gruden's offense tried to utilize tight ends in Washington, but Jordan Reed couldn't stay healthy enough to make it happen to the fullest of the system's designs. Eifert's rookie season (39-445-2) came with Gruden coaching the Bengals' offense, so there isn't much of a track record. The offense should be a refre... (More)4 days
5.Tyler Eifert: Could sign with Jacksonville (RotoWire) Eifert is discussing a potential contract with the Jaguars, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Analysis: This is the first report we've seen on Eifert, who quietly is coming off the only 16-game season of his career. Of course, a part-time role helped him make it through the year without any serious injuries, but it also limited his production to a 43-436-3 receiving line on 63 targets (10.1 yards per catch, 6.9 per target). Eifert's solid showing over the final four weeks of the season might convince teams that he's still a starter-quality player, or at least a major asset for the passing game. Jacksonville arguably has the weakes... (More)4 days
6.Tyler Eifert working out deal with Jaguars (FantasyPros) The Jaguars and free agent Tyler Eifert are working diligently towards closing a deal. Analysis: It's been a few years since Eifert has been relevant in fantasy circles, but a change of teams could help get him back on track. Jaguars' coach Doug Marrone must be hoping that he can wind back the clock and get 2015-like numbers out of the former first-round pick, who had 52 receptions for 615 yards and 13 touchdowns that year. If healthy, it's tough to imagine a scenario where James O'Shaughnessy outperforms Eifert enough at camp to retain the starting role. In a year ... (More)5 days
7.Jaguars | Tyler Eifert nearing deal with Jacksonville? (thehuddle) Free-agent TE Tyler Eifert (Bengals) is working on a contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars, according to a source Tuesday, March 24. Analysis: Eifert would immediately rise to the top of the Jaguars' tight end depth chart. Plagued by injuries throughout his career, the former first-round draft pick would be worth yet another shot as a late-round tight end option in standard fantasy formats. He remains an excellent red-zone target.5 days