Dolphins are NOT matching 5-year, $38 million offer sheet that Buffalo gave TE Charles Clay, per sources. Bills have a new TE.
The Score "The Miami Dolphins have reportedly declined to match Charles Clay's five-year, $38-million offer sheet, and the tight end will now officially become a member of the Buffalo Bills, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Miami opted to use the transition tag on Clay heading into the offseason,..." March 19
Pro Football Talk "Free agent tight end Charles Clay has signed with the Bills. Now he’ll wait five days to see if he’ll play for the Bills. Clay has been tagged as the Dolphins’ transition player, meaning the Dolphins have the right to match any offer sheet Clay signs. Now that Clay has signed, the Dolphins can..." March 18
Buffalo News "The holding pattern continues in the Buffalo Bills' efforts to acquire tight end Charles Clay, who continues to carry the transition tag the Miami Dolphins applied to him. A source close to the situation insisted Monday that, despite the inactivity since Clay's visit to Western New York last..." March 16
The Phinsider "The Miami Dolphins may be close to getting rid of one pass catcher while bringing back another. According to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel's Omar Kelly, sources have said the Dolphins are "definitely trying to trade" wide receiver Mike Wallace. The same report adds that the club is "on the verge..." March 13
Dolphins still wanna keep Charles Clay -- coaches envision using him and Jordan Cameron like Pats used to use Hernandez and Gronk.
Pro Football Talk "With tight end Jordan Cameron jumping from the Browns to the Dolphins, the Dolphins have a potential glut at the position. Previously, they applied the transition tender to tight end Charles Clay, which makes him eligible for a $7.017 million salary. If he accepts the tender, the salary..." March 13
Pro Football Talk "The Bills are not finished swinging for the fences. After making an audacious move for LeSean McCoy, and then throwing money at him to keep him happy, they’re planning another bold move. According to Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com and confirmed by PFT, the Bills are prepared to make a..." March 10
Palm Beach Post "Tight end Charles Clay remains in the Dolphins’ plans, despite apparent interest from Buffalo. Vic Carucci of the Buffalo News reported Sunday that the Bills are “taking a hard look” at Clay. But a source with knowledge of the situation told the Palm Beach Post that it would be very..." February 23
FILED TO ESPN: #Dolphins TE Charles Clay now is a game-time decision vs. DEN w/hamstring and knee injuries, according to a source.
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Dolphins tight end Charles Clay had a breakout season last year with a career-best 69 receptions for a career-best 759 yards and a career-best six touchdowns. And people noticed. Now, one of Clay's biggest challenges for the coming season will be getting used to the attention he'll command on..." June 09