Another day, another contract extension for a Dolphins backup.
Tight end MarQueis Gray announced Thursday that he has signed a two-year deal to remain in Miami.
Gray broke the news on Instagram:
“Finally got a place to call home for the next 2years!! I'm back! That much sweeter when all your hard work gets rewarded!”
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Gray joined the Dolphins as under-the-radar free-agent pickup from Bills on March 31. A key cog to the Dolphins’ offense after Jordan Cameron went down for the year with a concussion, Gray has caught 14 passes for 174 yards this year. He’ll compete for the Dolphins’ No. 2 tight end job in 2017.
The move comes a day after the Dolphins re-signed backup tackle Sam Young to a one-year deal.