Charles Clay already has a new home

Cardinals sign veteran TE Charles Clay recently cut by Bills

Cardinals sign veteran TE Charles Clay recently cut by Bills

The Arizona Cardinals signed veteran tight end Charles Clay to a one-year deal on Tuesday, four days after he was released by the Buffalo Bills.

His play dipped a year ago and he only had 21 catches for 184 yards.

Despite playing in 13 games and making 12 starts, his 21 catches were his fewest since 2012.

The signing continues to bolster the Cardinals' depth - the team already has added former Atlanta Falcons cornerback Robert Alford and defensive end Brooks Reed - as general manager Steve Keim and new coach Kliff Kingsbury head into free agency and the National Football League draft.

Without knowing yet exactly how new coach Kliff Kingsbury will use his tight ends, it doesn't mean the Cardinals don't need some given scarcity on the roster at the position.

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His best season came in 2013 with the Miami Dolphins, when he tallied 759 yards and six touchdowns.

He has 339 career receptions for more than 3,631 yards and has scored 23 touchdowns.

With 2018 1st-round quarterback Josh Rosen looking for a rebound sophomore season, Clay has a chance to become a valued safety blanket for the young passer.

Clay, 30, is fresh off his worst season of his eight-year career. He also rushed for a score in 2013.

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