Reports are the Dolphins have made a shrewd move (unless we threw $6 mil at him) by signing former Jets TE Dustin Keller to a one-year deal. Keller will get a chance to prove he's healthy and can play a full season in the hopes of getting some more cash next year and beyond. This is a great move for all sides as Keller's camp was floundering a bit with the whole 'give-us-a-shit-ton-of-money' thing and the Dolphins DESPERATELY needed a tight end (particularly a seam threat) with the departure of Anthony Fasano and the overall sucktitude of Egnew.
I love the Keller signing and pitched for it just last week because Keller is a guy that can get open down the middle and was historically a great target for Sanchez (a very, very shitty QB) in both the red zone and in crucial 3rd down situations. If he stays healthy, this guy could be an impact player for us.
Let's hope the money is right.