Bills running back Devin Singletary breaks a tackle against New England.
The Houston Texans have agreed to a deal with former Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Monday afternoon. The deal is for one-year, and reportedly worth up to $3.75 million.
Singletary, 25, was drafted 74th overall by the Bills in 2019’s NFL Draft. He has rushed for 3,151 yards on 4.7 yards per carry over four years in the NFL. He has rushed for 16 touchdowns, and logged career highs in both yards (870) and touchdowns (7) in 2021.
Devin Singletary, a native of Deerfield Beach, Florida, played his college football at Florida Atlantic University.
The Texans are happy with the production provided by rookie Dameon Pierce before an injury ended his 2022 season, so it makes sense that Singletary is headed to Houston to slot in behind Pierce on the depth chart and provide a change of pace. At just 25 years old, the Texans hope Singletary’s best years in the NFL are still ahead of him.
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