The Buffalo Bills have published tight-end Charles Clay, the team announced Friday.

30, clay, has been scheduled to count $9 million against the Bills’ salary cap at the last season of a $38 million contract. He finished last season with a career-low 184 receiving yards while averaging a career-low 8.8 yards per catch. Despite earning 12 starts and playing in 13 matches, his 2 1 catches were his fewest since 2012.

Former Bills general director Doug Whaley made enrolling the transition-tagged Clay a way from the division-rival Miami Dolphins certainly one of the signature moves of the 2015 off season. The Visitor ensured $24.5 million of Clay’s bargain, but his production in Buffalo never matched that which remain his 2 best seasons — for at 2013 and 2014.

Clay touchdown came in Week 3 of those 20 17 year old. He surpassed 30 receiving yards throughout the 2018 season in two matches and has been made a healthy scratch to get per week 16 competition at New England.

In eight seasons, Clay has caught 339 passes for 23 touchdowns and 3,631 yards. He also rushed for a score in 2013.

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