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Dolphins Twitter reaction: Charles Clay

The Buffalo Bills put in a five-year offer sheet for Miami Dolphins tight end Charles Clay, a source confirmed to ESPN.com Tuesday night. According to the Buffalo News, the contract is worth $38 million.

The Dolphins now have five days to match the contract or let Clay walk. So what should Miami do?

I asked Dolphins fans for their opinion via Twitter on Clay’s situation. Here is a sample of responses:

The general consensus from Dolphins fans is Buffalo overpaid for Clay. It makes sense, because the Bills, who lost their top two tight ends in free agency, need Clay more than the Dolphins, who signed 2013 Pro Bowl tight end Jordan Cameron as insurance.

Either way, the Dolphins have the rest of the week to make a decision. My take is Miami should let Clay walk for various reasons that you can see here.