The Miami Dolphins have lost one of their most productive offensive players to a division rival.
The Miami Dolphins are parting ways with tight end Charles Clay, choosing not to match the Bills’ five-year, $38 million offer (for a reported $20 million guaranteed), according to the Miami Herald’s Armando Salguero. Miami had […]
If the Miami Dolphins are going to hang on to tight end Charles Clay, it’s going to cost them more than they hoped it would.
With Charles Clay in Buffalo talking to the Bills, the Miami Dolphins decided not to waste time on filling the void at tight end. On Thursday night, the team announced they signed former Cleveland Brown Jordan Cameron to a two-year, $15 million contract.
If the Miami Dolphins were hoping that they wouldn’t run into any interference in retaining their top tight end, they were wrong.
The Miami Dolphins appear to be on the brink of making a huge splash in free agency by signing the most coveted defensive player on the market, defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.
The Miami Dolphins made an unexpected move on Monday, placing the transition tag on tight end Charles Clay.
There are plenty of questions left to be answered after another disappointing football season in South Florida.
Dolphins starting linebackers Jelani Jenkins and Koa Misi are listed as doubtful for Sunday’s game at New England, which means Miami’s defensive depth could be severely tested.
Dion Sims’ emergence has made it easier for the Miami Dolphins to deal with the injury to Charles Clay.