Charles Clay TE MIA 2 Days

Clay (knee) had seven catches on eight targets for 31 yards Sunday against the Bills.

Clay led the team in receptions and co-led in targets with wideouts Mike Wallace and Brian Hartline, though his 31 yards were hardly impressive. The Dolphins' passing attack isn't terribly prolific, but Clay's a steady source of targets and gets a few looks in the red zone. Unfortunately, he isn't a big source of yards, making his fantasy impact pretty reliant on touchdowns, something he hasn't done this year yet.

Charles Clay TE MIA 2 Days

Clay (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Bills.

Clay was limited in practice this week but he was never seriously in danger of missing Week 2. He had only two catches for 27 yards last week against the Patriots, though he did get six targets, so he should have more opportunities to post better numbers this week if the targets remain.

Charles Clay TE MIA 4 Days

Clay (knee) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Bills, the Dolphins' official site reports.

His practice limitations this week aside, Clay is on track to suit up Sunday, in a contest in which he'll look to boost his production after recording a modest total of two catches for 27 yards on six targets in Week 1 against the Patriots.

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Clay (knee) remained listed as a limited practice participant Thursday, the Dolphins' official site reports.

We'll circle back on Clay's status Friday, but so far there has been nothing to suggest that his Week 2 status is in any peril.

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Clay (knee) was listed as a limited practice participant Wednesday, the Dolphins' official site reports.

Clay dealt with a knee issue during the preseason, but he suited up this past Sunday, recording two catches for 27 yards on six targets in the process. We'll check back on his status Thursday, but with no reported setbacks, it's possible that his limitations Wednesday were maintenance-related.

Charles Clay TE MIA 9 Days

Clay has two catches on six targets for 27 yards Sunday against the Patriots.

Clay trailed only Mike Wallace in targets Sunday (11 to six), but only pulling in two passes is a bit of a letdown. Clay was limited in practice Wednesday due to a knee issue, but was a full participant Thursday and Friday and he did not appear to be bothered by it at all Sunday.

Charles Clay TE MIA 11 Days

Clay (knee), who logged a full practice Thursday, was removed from the injury report Friday, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.

Though he made just one appearance in the preseason, Clay has been on track to play in Sunday's opener against the Patriots all along. He'll be looking to build on a surprisingly productive 2013 campaign that saw him break out for a 69-759-6 receiving line on 103 targets. While there's a bit more competition for looks this year, the Dolphins appear to be improved on offense, with Ryan Tannehill a year older, and the offensive line no longer immersed in controversy.

Charles Clay TE MIA 12 Days

Clay (knee) practiced fully Thursday the Dolphins' official site reports.

That's an upgrade from the limited work that Clay saw Wednesday, which suggests that the tight end is likely on track for a probable designation on the Dolphins' Week 1 injury report, which will be released Friday.

Charles Clay TE MIA 13 Days

Clay (knee) was listed as a limited practice participant Wednesday, the Dolphins' official site reports.

Clay was one of eight Dolphins listed as limited Wednesday, and with no reported setbacks with the knee issue that slowed him last month, there's nothing so far to suggest that the tight end's Week 1 status is in peril. We'll let you know if that assessment changes.

Charles Clay TE MIA 24 Days

Making his 2014 preseason debut, Clay (knee) caught his only target for 18 yards in Saturday's preseason game against the Cowboys.

Clay has nothing to prove besides his health, as he's locked in as the starting tight end. While his role remains the same as last season's, Clay will have increased competition for targets due to the Dolphins' upgrades at running back and wide receiver. The team also figures to improve on offense, which should make up for the increased competition.