The Cincinnati Bengals and tight end Tyler Eifert have agreed to a one-year deal to keep him a Bengal.
When healthy—two keywords—Eifert has been a difference-maker on offense for the Bengals. Sadly, that hasn't been the case, as he has appeared in a combined 10 games the last two seasons.
Fantasy owners will recall Eifert's breakout 2015 campaign, when he caught 52 passes for 615 yards and 13 touchdowns (in only 13 games). He finished as the No. 6 scoring fantasy tight end in PPR leagues that season.
Again, if healthy, Eifert will be a boost to the Bengals' offense and fantasy football teams.