Danny Amendola expected to sign with Dolphins

Miami Dolphins outside linebacker Lawrence Timmons looks up from the sidelines during the second half of an NFL football game against the New England Patriots Monday Dec. 11 2017 in Miami Gardens Fla

Danny Amendola expected to sign with Dolphins

He handled 27 of New England's punt returns last season, contributing 231 return yards, which averages out to 8.6 yards per return. With Amendola staying in the AFC East, Patriots fans will get to see him take on the Patriots twice in the regular season.

Amendola, who began his career with the St. Louis Rams, has started 29 of 80 possible games for the Patriots, contributing 2,383 yards and 12 touchdowns on his 230 receptions from Tom Brady and New England's other quarterbacks.

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NFL Network first reported that Amendola, 32, is headed to Miami.

Amendola will be joining a slightly revamped Dolphins receiving corps which also includes the recently-signed Albert Wilson as well as holdovers Kenny Stills and DeVante Parker.

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Contracts are not official until 4 p.m. Wednesday, but if the deal indeed goes through, he would become the second receiver to sign with the Dolphins this offseason.

Amendola also served as New England's top punt returner after Julian Edelman and Cyrus Jones both suffered torn ACLs during the preseason.

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And so, the Dolphins suddenly have a logjam at receiver.

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