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Dolphins don’t match Bills offer sheet for Charles Clay

Charles Clay, Chris Carr

Charles Clay, Chris Carr

AP

The Dolphins had more time to think about it, but they’ve apparently got a bracket to fill out.

PFT has learned that the Dolphins have elected to not match Buffalo’s offer sheet for transition-tagged tight end Charles Clay.

They get no compensation in the deal, and Clay gets a five-year, $38 million contract out of the deal.

The Dolphins actually did Clay a solid, rather than dragging this out for the full five days.

After signing Jordan Cameron to go with Dion Sims, Clay was a luxury buy, at least at the numbers the Bills put in front of him.

Clay now goes to a Buffalo offense that has seemingly everything but a quarterback, but his presence may allow them to find a measure of success with either Matt Cassel or EJ Manuel at quarterback.