Updated Free Agent Grid
With the legal tampering window open Monday, a flurry of contract agreements occurred throughout the day. Here is a breakdown of Monday's most fantasy-relevant transactions:
- Devin Funchess agreed to a one-year deal with the Colts for $10 million with three more million available by incentives. It's inefficient spending, but a one-year deal is an immaterial commitment and the Colts can afford the space. It's a win/win for the Colts in my opinion: Funchess is a big, toolsy wideout who provides a huge objective upgrade in the short term, and if he doesn't re-sign next year his high pay for 2019 will set the floor for a big market and thus a considerable compensatory draft pick for the Colts in 2021. Andrew Luck threw 39 touchdowns last year despite Chester Rogers, Ryan Grant, and Zach Pascal combining for 1,842 snaps. If Eric Ebron can score double-digit touchdowns here then so can Funchess. I don't know where his ADP will settle (currently 206.0 BB10/211.7 DRAFT) but people mistakenly believe he's trash so I'm inclined to buy aggressively until further notice.
- Mike Davis agreed to a two-year, $6 million deal with the Bears. It's a noncommittal investment, but Davis has the traits to earn a busy workload in Chicago, particularly if Jordan Howard is sent elsewhere. Davis is the epitome of a running back who at once appears uninteresting yet proves himself functional anyway, and a prime example of why teams should generally avoid high spending at