Cethan Carter agrees to three-year deal with Dolphins

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The Dolphins have agreed to terms with their first free agent of the offseason.

According to multiple reports, they have agreed to a three-year deal with tight end/fullback Cethan Carter.

Carter signed with the Bengals as an undrafted free agent in 2017 and played 16 games as a rookie, but missed the 2018 season with a shoulder injury. He returned to play 30 games over the last two seasons.

While the majority of Carter’s playing time came on special teams, he did play a career-high 220 offensive snaps last season. He caught five passes for 53 yards during that playing time and will join Mike Gesicki, Durham Smythe, Adam Shaheen, and Chris Myarick in the tight end mix for Miami.

4 responses to “Cethan Carter agrees to three-year deal with Dolphins

  1. awesome BUNGLES!!!
    lost 2 guys today and signed nobody. so much for not
    sitting on your hands.

  2. So let me get this right…. with over 32M in cap space and some many quality FA’s on the market to fill some needs on the team…. All we can mustard is a freaking punter and a special teams tight end. So many of them could have filled many needs of our squad. I trust Flo, but damn we got smoked in games 16.

  3. Corey Mingo says:
    March 15, 2021 at 10:29 pm
    So let me get this right…. with over 32M in cap space and some many quality FA’s on the market to fill some needs on the team…. All we can mustard is a freaking punter and a special teams tight end. So many of them could have filled many needs of our squad. I trust Flo, but damn we got smoked in games 16.

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    Only the Pats and Jags have the cap space to overpay players this year. If you didn’t realize, it’s not the normal, fast paced, start to free agency. Players aren’t being blown away by offers, so it’s not rapid-fire.

  4. I am not saying overpay for players, but you see the Pats and even the Jets make moves in FA. We can’t sit idly by and do nothing, you use FA to make the team better, fill needs and etc…. Show me where we did that????

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