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RB Devin Singletary leaves Texans, agrees to deal with Giants

The Houston Texans will need to find another running back after Devin Singletary agreed to sign with the New York Giants. Singletary will sign a three-year, $16.5 million deal to join New York, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Jeremy Fowler.

This deal comes a season after Singletary posted career-highs in attempts (216) and rushing yards with an 898-yard, four-touchdown campaign for Houston. He joined the Texans in 2023 on a one-year contract in the 2023 offseason from the Buffalo Bills and appeared to be the backup to Dameon Pierce. Instead, Singletary turned into Houston’s featured back by the midseason.

The Texans spoke highly of Singletary all offseason, but appear to have no liked him enough to make what the Giants offered. Singletary could step into a feature role in New York after Saquon Barkley left for the Philadelphia Eagles.

Houston, meanwhile, will look elsewhere to another running back to join Dameon Pierce.

Story originally appeared on Texans Wire