Buffalo Bills parted on the road with the veteran tight end Charles Clay on Friday, ending his four years with the team. The 30-year-old (his birthday was Wednesday) adds another exciting name to a deep free agent class.
This only helps Detroit Lions have an urgent need to add at least one tight end to this offseason. The Clay concept – that bill bought $ 38 million over five years back in 2015 – would be an ideal fit. However, Clay never matched the productivity of his last two seasons in Miami, leading to the rich free trade agreement.
Underwhelming production for Clay in Buffalo (178 receptions for 1,822 yards in four years) will still be a major upgrade over the status quo in Detroit. The smoker's spearhead 201
Adding another player to the market helps contain costs and gives more opportunities in a situation of great need for Bob Quinn and Lions. And with an extra $ 6.25 million now for free thanks to Glover Quin's release, Quinn can afford a little more.