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Charles Clay signs five-year, $38 million Buffalo Bills offer sheet

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Charles Clay has signed an absolutely massive offer sheet with the Buffalo Bills. We'll know within five days whether or not the Miami Dolphins will match.

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The Buffalo Bills have finally cobbled together their offer sheet for Miami Dolphins tight end Charles Clay, and it is a doozy. Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News was the first with the details: Clay has signed a five-year, $38 million offer sheet with more than $20 million guaranteed, with $24.5 million paid out in the first two years of the deal, and with a $10 million roster bonus due at the beginning of the 2016 league year.

That, folks, is a lot of cheddar. It is, in fact, too much cheddar for a player with Clay's CV, regardless of how coveted he has been to this Bills regime, or how desperately the team needs a competent player at the tight end position.

I mean...

Ah, well. It ain't my money, I guess. Let the five-day window of trying to figure out if the Dolphins are going to match begin.