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Roundup: Breida To Bills; Robinson Remains A Chief; Humphries To WFT
Although we've seen the bulk of the higher-end skill players get their deals already, we continue to get a handful of players landing each day. Here are the latest:

In Buffalo. ... As's Myles Simmons reported, Matt Breida is moving from one AFC East team to another.

The running back has agreed to terms with the Bills on a one-year deal, Buffalo announced on Thursday.

Breida played the 2020 season with Miami, where he appeared in 12 games and rushed for 254 yards. He also made nine receptions for 96 yards.

Originally entering the league as an undrafted free agent out of Georgia Southern, Breida spent his first three seasons with the 49ers. He started 13 games in 2018, recording 1,075 yards from scrimmage with five touchdowns. The 49ers placed a second-round tender on Breida as a restricted free agent before trading him to Miami last offseason.

In all Breida has rushed for 2,156 yards with six touchdowns and caught 76 passes for 657 yards with four TDs in his four-year career.'s Ryan Talbot pointed out that Buffalo's running back room was lacking top-end speed in 2020. That won't be an issue this season if Breida makes the team's final roster. Breida ran a 4.38 40-yard dash and once hit a top speed of 22.3 miles per hour on an 83-yard touchdown with the 49ers.'s Dan Lavoie notes that Breida's career features 83- and 66-yard runs in addition to five more runs of at least 30 yards. With those seven instances on 440 total attempts, he's been way more explosive than Devin Singletary and Zack Moss, who combined for three 30-plus yard runs on 419 carries in their careers. ...

In Kansas City. ... The Chiefs are bringing back one of their free-agent receivers.

The team is re-signing wideout Demarcus Robinson to a one-year contract, per his agents, the Katz Bros.

Re-signing Robinson comes after the Chiefs took a swing at Steelers slot star JuJu Smith-Schuster, offering him a deal worth $8 million, plus $3 million in incentives. Smith-Schuster elected to return to Pittsburgh instead of joining the reigning AFC champs.

It's Robinson's second straight one-year deal in K.C. The former fourth-rounder signed a deal worth $2.2975 million last offseason.

The 26-year-old is coming off his best season as a pro, starting nine of 16 games and generating 45 receptions for 466 yards and three TDs.

The re-signing keeps the Chiefs speedy trio of Robinson, Tyreek Hill and Mecole Hardman together.

With Sammy Watkins still a free agent, the Chiefs could look to the NFL draft to add depth at the wideout position.

In Washington. ... The Football Team announced the signing of receiver Adam Humphries.

As noted, while Washington has several players who are versatile enough to play in the slot, Humphries is a true specialist who could hold that position down. He also has experience playing with new Washington quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, as Humphries was with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during Fitzpatrick's two-year pit stop there.

Humphries originally went undrafted in the 2015 out of Clemson, and joined the Buccaneers by attending their minicamp. He eventually evolved into one of the more intriguing slot receivers in the NFL, and caught a career-high 76 passes for 816 yards and five touchdowns in 2018 before he hit free agency.

Humphries then signed a four-year, $36 million deal with the Titans, but played in just 19 games. This past season, he caught just 23 passes for 228 yards and two touchdowns in seven games, but suffered a concussion against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 8 which caused him to miss several games. Humphries returned in Week 13 to take on the Cleveland Browns, but caught just one pass for nine yards and was placed on injured reserve for good two days later.

He was released as a cap casualty in February. ...

In New England. ... The Patriots re-signed James White this week and they've now secured a deal with another member of their backfield.

While White's return wasn't a sure thing, fullback Jakob Johnson's return was all but certain. The team tendered him as an exclusive rights free agent, which means he couldn't negotiate with other clubs and made agent Drew Rosenhaus' announcement that he signed his tender no surprise.

Johnson played every game last season and started 11 times. He caught 8 passes for 35 yards and a touchdown while also playing 170 special teams snaps.

With Johnson and White back in the fold, Rex Burkhead is the only member of the 2020 backfield no longer with the club.

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