According to reports from the NFL, Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola is expected to sign with the Miami Dolphins. It isn't a total shock he's leaving the Patriots, but rather staying in the AFC East.
Amendola joined the Patriots in 2013 and appeared in two super bowls. In 15 games, Amendola recorded 61 receptions for 659 yards and two touchdowns.
He handled 27 of New England's punt returns last season, contributing 231 return yards, which averages out to 8.6 yards per return.
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Amendola should be able to play a prominent role in Miami.
But the 32-year old has battled numerous injuries throughout his career, and that includes a series of concussions. The Dolphins also reportedly agreed to sign former Chiefs receiver Albert Wilson to a three-year deal the NFL Network says is worth $24 million deal.
And so, the Dolphins suddenly have a logjam at receiver.
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The receiver had taken paycuts in each of the last three seasons, and it looks like he made a decision to cash-in this offseason. The deal can not be officially signed until March 14, which is the start of the new league year.
Both will be asked to make up for the loss of Jarvis Landry, traded to the Browns late last week.
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