Charles Clay TE BUF 2 days ago

Clay had nine catches on a team-high 13 targets for 111 yards Sunday against the Giants.

Charles Clay TE BUF 1 week ago

Clay caught five passes on seven targets for 82 yards with a touchdown in Sunday's 41-14 win at Miami.

Charles Clay TE BUF 2 weeks ago8 Comments

Hogan caught three of six targets for 19 yards in Sunday's loss to the Patriots, including his first touchdown of the season. He saw the field for 68 of 72 offensive plays, The Buffalo News reports.

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Charles Clay TE BUF 3 weeks ago

Clay caught all four of his targets for 43 yards in Sunday's win over the Colts.

Charles Clay TE BUF 3 weeks ago

Clay (knee) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Colts.

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Clay was probable for Sunday's ...

Charles Clay TE BUF 4 weeks ago

Clay (knee) is practicing fully this week.

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Charles Clay TE BUF 1 month ago

Clay, who was bothered by a knee issue earlier this week, caught two balls for 69 yards in Saturday's win over the Steelers, including a 67-yard score.

Charles Clay TE BUF 1 month ago

Buffalo Bills tight end Charles Clay left Tuesday's practice early due to a minor knee injury. Clay has not yet been ruled out for Saturday's preseason game against the Pittsburgh Steelers and is expected to be healthy for the beginning of the regular season.

Charles Clay TE BUF 6 months ago

Clay said he will be an every-down player in 2015.

This borders on being too obvious to mention, as the Bills lack other attractive options at tight end, and they just gave Clay a five-year, $38 million contract. It's only worth passing along because Clay doesn't have a great reputation as a run blocker, which is a pretty important skill on a team that lacks talent at quarterback. That reputation is probably overblown, as it's pretty clear that the threat of Clay's receiving is more important than whatever additional blocking chops the team's backup tight ends would bring to the table on early downs. Clay will have a big role in the offense, but the Bills may struggle to move the ball while deploying lousy quarterbacks behind a shaky offensive line, despite having a skill-position group that features LeSean McCoy, Fred Jackson, Sammy Watkins, Percy Harvin and Robert Woods, in addition to Clay.

Charles Clay TE BUF 7 months ago4 Comments

The Dolphins will not match the five-year, $38 million offer sheet that Clay signed with the Bills, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.

While the Dolphins are content to proceed with a tight end corps headed by Jordan Cameron and Dion Sims, Clay now tops the Bills' depth chart at the position, on the heels of a 2014 season in which he caught 58 passes for 605 yards and three TDs in 14 games for Miami. Clay battled through knee and hamstring issues this past season, but assuming his health, he'll be a big part of the Bills' offense in 2015, with a decent boost in his numbers a reasonable expectation. The Bills are clearly banking on such an outcome, having made Clay the fourth-highest paid tight end in the NFL, per the Buffalo News.