Strong end Dwayne Allen lives in the AFC East which he signed with the Miami Dolphins on Saturday, the team announced.
Allen tells ESPN’s Josina Anderson that the deal is for two years and the contract’s total value is $ 7 million, according to Allen’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus.
Allen becomes the most experienced and accomplished tight end of the Dolphin’s roster. He will likely compete with the 2018 second round pick Mike Gesicki for Miami’s starting finish job.
He joins the dolphins after being released by the New England Patriots on Monday in a move that released $ 7.3 million on their salary head. 19659005] The dolphins saved another $ 6 million in payroll space by releasing veteran Danny Amendola who led Miami with 59 catches for 575 meters last season.