Smith rushed for no gain on his lone carry and caught one pass for two yards in Sunday's 28-20 loss to the Dolphins.
Smith logged his first rushing attempt of the season in Week 3 while bringing his total to four touches through the Raiders' first three games. The fullback was on the field for 25 percent of the team's offensive snaps, but he'll remain irrelevant in most fantasy formats.
Smith heads out to Oakland on a big raise after spending his first fours seasons in Dallas. He has eight receptions for 46 yards over the past two seasons but could potentially see an expanded role on offense in his new home. Smith's main job will be paving the way for Marshawn Lynch and Doug Martin, who the Raiders inked to a one-year deal Thursday.
Smith did not receive a restricted free-agent tender from the Cowboys, making him a free agent, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.
Dallas may still attempt to bring him back on a cheaper multi-year deal, but for now Smith is free to sign with any team. The fullback isn't much of a fantasy asset and failed to get a carry in 16 games last season, but he did catch all five of his targets for 26 yards.
Smith saw snaps in all 16 games in 2017, failing to get a carry and catching all five of his targets for 26 yards.
The fullback received regular special-teams work, but the Cowboys preferred to use two-tight end sets rather than two-back formations, limiting Smith's usage on offense. Assuming he retains his spot on the roster in 2018, don't expect Smith's role to change.
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|12||11/25/18||@ BAL||1:00 pm|
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|17||12/30/18||@ KC||1:00 pm|
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