Dolphins, Albert Wilson Agree Upon Three-Year, $24M Deal

Dolphins, Albert Wilson Agree Upon Three-Year, $24M Deal

Veteran Danny Amendola, who has been with New England for the past five seasons, is planning to sign with the Dolphins. Wilson had two touchdown catches in four career playoff games, and he ran for a 55-yard touchdown on a fake punt in a one-point win over the Super Bowl-bound Atlanta Falcons in December 2016.

The Miami Dolphins have emerged as the frontrunner to sign free-agent wide receiver Albert Wilson from the Kansas City Chiefs, according to a report from NFL Network. He earned 42 catches for 554 yards and three touchdowns and built a strong rapport with Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes in Week 17.

He is expected to sign after the start of the NFL's new year Wednesday. Thomas will become an unrestricted free agent once the new league year begins on Wednesday.

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Wilson is from Port St. Lucie, Florida. Miami was thought to be the "front-runner", and they got the deal done on Tuesday. Since joining the Dolphins, Aikens has played at cornerback, safety and been a significant contributor on special teams. He went AWOL on the eve of last year's opener, was briefly suspended and played poorly when he returned.

Wilson, 25, had his best season in 2017. His departure clears $5.5m in cap space for Miami.

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