BUFFALO (CBSMiami/AP) — 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.
Clay moved one step closer to leaving the Dolphins after signing the Buffalo Bills’ five-year, $38 million contract offer on Tuesday night.
A person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press that the Bills extended Clay the offer. And a second person told the AP that Clay had signed it. Both people spoke on the condition of anonymity because the Bills and Clay have not publicly discussed their negotiations.
The signing means the Dolphins have five days to match the offer or lose Clay to Buffalo without compensation. Miami retained the right to match after awarding Clay a transition tag two weeks ago. The move ensured that Clay will make at least $7 million this…
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