Dolphins agreed to terms with TE Dustin Keller, formerly of the Jets, on a one-year, $4.25 million contract.
The Jets' latest defector will remain in the AFC East. The sides had been near an agreement for 48 hours, but Keller was holding out for a multi-year deal. He didn't get it, and now finds himself a part of a brazenly "all in" Dolphins squad for 2013. Keller represents a major upgrade for a team that's lacked explosiveness at tight end in recent years, but is coming off a down campaign. Thanks to injuries and Mark Sanchez, Keller was limited to 28 catches for 317 yards and two touchdowns in eight 2012 games. A seam stretcher and a red-zone threat when healthy, Keller should find himself on the low-end TE1 radar with Ryan Tannehill.