Tight end Allen to sign with Dolphins

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The former Patriots tight end played behind Rob Gronkowski and was used in running situations for the most part.

Dwayne Allen joins the Miami Dolphins after playing for the New England Patriots under Chad O'Shea and will now work under him as the OC.

Though some teams keep four tight ends, many keep only three, and Allen and Gesicki assuredly will be two of them.

In seven seasons with the Patriots and Indianapolis Colts, Allen has caught 139 passes for 1,564 yards and 20 touchdowns.

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The 29-year old had a career-low three catches (4 targets) for 27 yards with the Patriots last season.

Released by the Patriots early last week in a cap-cutting move, Allen visited Baltimore, Buffalo and Detroit before his Dolphins visit on Friday. The contract agreement with veteran Dwayne Allen on Friday raises questions about the Dolphins' expectations for both second-year players.

For his National Football League career, the seven-year National Football League veteran has 139 receptions for 1,564 yards and 20 touchdowns. Tight ends A.J. Derby and MarQueis Gray become free agents this offseason.

Allen, who has been used sparingly the last few years with Patriots (13 catches total and 3 receptions in 2018) will be brought into a fresh situation and compete for playing time with a group of young tight ends now on Miami's roster.