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CHARLES CLAY RUMORS & GOSSIP

Tight end Clay excited to be part of revamped Bills offense

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) The Buffalo Bills' courtship of Charles Clay lasted more than a week before they finally lured the tight end from Miami. Clay identified the Bills as a team on the rise before the free agency period began, and is excited to finally join Buffalo's revamped offense. The Bills made Clay one of their top free-agent targets. He traveled to Buffalo by private jet on...
Via AP on Fox
8 days ago  |  Discuss

One Fan(n)’s Opinion: Clay’s Payday Arrives by @RDotDeuce

View image | gettyimages.com “Though hell-fire and brimstone, it’s Clay!!!” – Jim Ross, somewhere… #ClayWatch is over – at least, the free agency version. Now that Clay is officially a Buffalo Bill, a new version will take its place – where every move Charles Clay makes is scrutinized in practice, pre-season and in games. “Is he worth the cost?” you’ll hear...
Via Buffalo Wins
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Buffalo Bills sign TE Charles Clay

Players who get slapped with the transition tag rarely get signed by another team. That’s because slapping a player with the transition tag generally means you want to keep that player around long-term and you’re willing to match close to any offer another team makes. Given that, you might guess that the Bills overpaid to land Charles Clay, originally given the transition tag...
Via The Football Fan Spot
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Did the Buffalo Bills overpay for Charles Clay?

If there’s one position, outside of quarterback, that the Buffalo Bills haven’t gotten production out of in recent history, its tight end.  It’s not like they haven’t tried.  They signed guys like Robert Royal and Scott Chandler, they drafted guys like Shawn Nelson and Derek Fine, but they’ve never gone after a big time player at the position, until now. The Buffalo...
Via isportsweb.com
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Breaking: Miami Dolphins will not match offer sheet for Charles Clay

The Miami Dolphins will not match the offer sheet from the Buffalo Bills for tight end Charles Clay. This news comes via various media reports coming out of South Florida. The Bills structured the contract so it pays Clay $24.5 million over the first two years. The total value of the contract was $38 million dollars over five years. With that type of guaranteed money, it's no surprise...
Via PhinManiacs
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Dolphins will not Match Bills Offer to Charles Clay

Charles Clay now has the third-most guaranteed money of any tight end in the NFL. Clay is also now a member of the Buffalo Bills after the Miami Dolphins decided not to match the five-year, $38 million contract their division rivals threw Clay’s way. Clay, 26, recorded 58 receptions for 605 yards and three touchdowns last season. He’s put up a total of 161 catches and 14 touchdowns...
Via Sportsnaut
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Bills rolling the dice on Charles Clay – you should too

We’ll assume at this point that Clay is indeed set to land with the Bills, given the fact that the Dolphins recently added Jordan Cameron and have a big cap number committed to Ndamukong Suh in 2015. If so, there are suddenly plenty of mouths to feed in Buffalo, and further there are few guarantees that EJ Manuel and/or Matt Cassel can make anyone a fantasy star but the offseason...
Via Fantasy Sports Locker Room
14 days ago  |  Discuss

What Charles Clay May Bring to the Buffalo Bills Offense

The Buffalo Bills have officially submitted their offer sheet to tight end Charles Clay. Due to the Miami Dolphins using the transition tag on Clay, the Bills were forced into paying a steep price to potentially acquire him. Putting the financial implications aside, it is important to recognize what Clay can bring to the Bills offense.This past season, Clay caught 58 passes for 605...
Via Pro Football Spot
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Bills' offer to Charles Clay for $38 million

The Buffalo Bills have reportedly offered Miami Dolphins’ tight end Charles Clay a whopping five-year, $38 million contract that would pay him $24.5 million over his first two years. The deal also comes with $20 million guaranteed. The #Bills' offer to Clay is for 5 yrs and $38 million. More than $20 million guaranteed. — Vic Carucci (@viccarucci) March 17, 2015   That’s...
Via Sportsnaut
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Latest information on Charles Clay, the Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills

Charles Clay, tight end for the Miami Dolphins, has the Buffalo Bills and Dolphins in a holding pattern. Ever since free agency opened on March 10, members of the media, Clay was free to negotiate with other teams because he was given the transition tag by the Dolphins. From the start, two teams were interested - the Bills and the Cleveland Browns. Clay visited the Bills and spent...
Via PhinManiacs
15 days ago  |  Discuss
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