Greg Ward Jr. signed his exclusive rights tender.
The former Houston quarterback continues to show promise as a receiver, coming off a 54/419/6 campaign last year. Ward will compete for a starting role in the Eagles receiving corps for 2021.
The 49ers are signing Mohamed Sanu.
Sanu was with the Niners for a little bit last season, and now he’s back on a one-year deal for 2021. The veteran receiver has plenty of experience and knows Kyle Shanahan’s offense, and he’s a good presence in the young wide receivers room.
The Chargers are signing Chase Daniel.
Daniel will be a veteran/mentor type of presence for Rookie of the Year Justin Herbert to utilize this season. Daniel is familiar with both Chargers head coach Brandon Staley and offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi, so this is a natural fit for all parties.
The Ravens are signing Sammy Watkins to a one-year deal.
Watkins had received plenty of interest this offseason, and he lands with Baltimore as a big addition to help out Lamar Jackson. Still just entering his age-28 campaign, the veteran will carry significant upside if he can build a rapport with his new quarterback—especially if the Ravens don’t draft a receiver early next month. Watkins’ ability to win in the intermediate area of the field is a good match with Jackson’s skillset.
The Bills signed Brandon Powell.
Powell is a contributor on both offense and special teams, so he figures to help make up for the loss of Andre Roberts. The former undrafted player made some plays when called upon for the Falcons last season and scored two touchdowns.
The Raiders signed Willie Snead.
Snead gives Las Vegas another threat on the inside offensively, and he’ll also bring leadership qualities and a veteran presence to the receiving room which also added John Brown after losing Nelson Agholor in free agency. Snead figures to be more of a real-life contributor for the Raiders than a fantasy asset in 2021.
The Buccaneers are re-signing Leonard Fournette.
After a very strong postseason run, Fournette is back with the Bucs after testing free agency. The former No. 4 overall pick of the Jaguars really got going in January and February last season after joining the Bucs midseason, rushing 64 times for 300 yards and four touchdowns while adding 18 receptions for 148 yards and one touchdown in four playoff games. Fournette will again work in tandem with Ronald Jones in the Bucs backfield. Coming off a championship, Tampa Bay did an outstanding job of keeping the team together for another run in 2021.
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