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Randall Cobb agrees to three-year deal with Texans

by Dan Harris | Texans Correspondent | Mon, Mar 16th 11:53pm EDT

The Texans have agreed to a three-year, $27 million deal with Randall Cobb, which contains $18.75 million guaranteed. (James Jones on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact:

Cobb is hardly a replacement for the departed DeAndre Hopkins, but there are certainly worse situations he could have found himself in. With Will Fuller's injury history, there is room for another wide receiver to establish himself alongside Kenny Stills in the Texans offense, particularly in the slot. Cobb hasn't topped 828 yards receiving or four touchdowns since 2015, so he's still not exactly a fantasy target. But with the money the Texans will be paying him, he'll likely be worth a late-round dart throw.

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