The longtime Bengal posted a 36/349/2 line in what's going to be his only season in Jacksonville. On the plus side, Eifert was able to stay relatively healthy this past season, but his production was far from what the Jaguars had hoped to see from him. In the end, Jacksonville will save $5.25 million in cap space with the move. Eifert has always shown a solid nose for the red zone, but hasn't posted more than 615 yards or caught more than 52 passes in any given year. He'll find a market out there, but his long injury history will relegate him to TE2 status at best in dynasty leagues. Eifert is currently unranked and is best served staying on the waiver wire.