Dolphins agreed to terms with WR Brandon Gibson, formerly of the Rams.
The Jets' top free-agent target is taking his talents to South Beach. Gibson is the latest mid-level talent to join GM Jeff Ireland's burgeoning "Dream Team," and should be slotted into his ideal role of No. 3 receiver with Mike Wallace and Brian Hartline already in the fold. Gibson can move the chains and is a threat in the red zone, but offers nothing after the catch and is prone to mental mistakes. His 108 yards after the catch were an absurd 167th in the NFL last season. With just one 100-yard game in 54 career contests, Gibson won't be a major threat for fantasy value as the fourth option in Miami's passing attack.