The Cleveland Browns and free agent tight end Jesse James have struck an agreement.
This is a great acquisition for the Browns, who needed positional depth.
Since his days with the Pittsburgh Steelers, the former fifth-round selection hasn't done much in the NFL.
In reality, James has been targeted fewer than thirty times per season over the past three seasons.
On the depth chart, he will be third, after David Njoku and Harrison Bryant.
James has the ability to make plays, but he is not anticipated to play a significant amount in Cleveland.
To begin the season, he may be disregarded in fantasy formats.