The Dolphins continue their spending spree by adding veteran tight end Dustin Keller.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Miami has just agreed to a one-year contract with former Jets tight end Dustin Keller, who is considered to be the top unsigned free agent at his position.
Keller, who is 28, caught 28 passes for 317 yards and two TDs for the Jets in 2012. He did however have somewhat of an injury plagued season last year and was limited to eight games. He spent five seasons with the jets and was hot and cold during his time there, possibly due to inconsisten quarterback play.
The Dolphins have revamped there pass-catching options this offseason with additions such as Mike Wallace and now Keller. Young Ryan Tannehill will now have the weapons to take the next step for the dolphins with the newely acquired weapons at his disposal. This will also put added pressure on Tannehill to perform with the dolphins beginning to surround him with talent.