With the Miami Dolphins locking down Pro Bowl tight end Jordan Cameron last night, it means Charles Clay, designated with the transition tag (Miami can match any offer), is out of the picture, right?

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Not so fast, says Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio, who joined WQAM’s Joe Rose Show Friday morning to discuss the team’s options at the tight end position.

“Charles Clay can get $7 million right now for 2015 fully guaranteed if he signs the transition tender and when you look at Cameron’s deal — reportedly two years, $15 million — presumably [the Dolphins] could absorb both guys for this year, use both guys this year,” Florio says, “and have an offense based on two pass-catching tight ends so it all just depends on how it plays out.”

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This potential strategy would seem awfully Belichickian. The Patriots utilized both Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez for a few seasons before the latter was indicted for double homicide in 2012.

Florio thinks there might be a “game of chicken” going on between the division rivals in Miami and Buffalo, with one potentially forcing the other to overpay for the 26-year-old tight end with 14 touchdowns to his name.

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