The Dallas Cowboys have signed several free agents to contracts, including tight end Josh Reynolds and wide receiver John Brown, according to a source informed of the deal.
The Dallas Cowboys, Houston Texans and Tennessee Titans signed four players to contracts.
The contracts are for $3 million per season, $1.75 million per year and $1 million per game.
The players have been released from the NFL’s health-care system, and they are free to sign with other teams.
Reynolds, 28, has had a disappointing year with two career catches for 15 yards and a touchdown.
He was a sixth-round draft pick in 2015 and is entering his third season with the team.
Brown, 27, had two catches for 13 yards and no touchdowns in 2017.
He is entering the final year of his contract.
A few weeks ago, it appeared Reynolds was headed to Houston.
He had been released by the Dallas Cowboys after spending his entire rookie year with them.
He has been with the Cowboys since 2013 and was released by Seattle in 2017 after he was released after a few games.