According to a report from ESPN, which cited an unidentified source, the Patriots have signed the veteran tight end to a one-year deal. From a fantasy football perspective, this move makes Seferian-Jenkins far more intriguing than he'd have been on literally any other roster in the league, if he (obviously) carries a much lower ceiling than the man he is replacing.
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The 26-year-old played last year in Jacksonville, where he played in five games and caught 11 passes before a core muscle injury left him out for the season. He was considered the best tight end available on the open market. Even after signing Seferian-Jenkins, tight end still is one of the Patriots' biggest needs in the 2019 NFL Draft.
He has 116 career receptions for 1,160 yards and 11 touchdowns in 43 games over five seasons.
Seferian-Jenkins has missed considerable time during his career with injuries. If his ADP rises to any level commensurate to that, Seferian-Jenkins is an easy fade with the Patriots.