Dolphins eye ex-Chiefs WR Wilson

Dolphins eye ex-Chiefs WR Wilson

Dolphins eye ex-Chiefs WR Wilson

Former New England Patriots receiver Danny Amendola and ex-Kansas City Chiefs wideout Albert Wilson are discussing contract offers and are likely to sign with the Dolphins when the NFL's new year begins Wednesday, a person familiar with the negotiations said Tuesday. Wilson had two touchdown catches in four career playoff games, and he ran for a 55-yard touchdown on a fake punt in a one-point win over the Super Bowl-bound Atlanta Falcons in December 2016.

With the Allen Robinson news breaking late last night, the Bears are clearly ready to start making some news throughout the day.

Landry, taken by the Dolphins in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft, was traded to the Browns last week, with Miami having tagged Landry at the price of $16 million for a single year, then shipping him out of town. Landry, by comparison, had 112 catches previous year alone, even though he averaged only 8.8 yards per catch. Landry averaged 8.8 yards per reception, while Wilson averaged 13.2 yards per catch on his 42 grabs.

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Wilson is from Port St. Lucie, Florida.

Timmons went AWOL on the eve of last year's opener, was briefly suspended and played poorly when he returned.

His departure clears $5.5 million in cap space for Miami.

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