MarQueis Gray signs two-year extension with Miami Dolphins
Today MarQueis Gray announced on social media that he’s signed a two-year extension with the Miami Dolphins.
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Finally got a place to call home for the next 2years!! ✍🏾📑 I’m back! 🙏🏾 That much sweeter when… https://t.co/pilLvq8180
— MarQueis Gray (@MarQueisG) December 29, 2016
After spending his collegiate career at the University of Minnesota as a dual-threat quarterback Gray had a hard time finding the right fit in the NFL. His career originally started with the San Francisco 49ers and Cleveland Browns in 2013. In 2014 he had a stint with the Minnesota Vikings before heading to Buffalo to play with the Bills. There he had five starts catching a combined nine passes for 120 yards throughout two seasons.
2016 was Gray’s first season in a Dolphins uniform. In 15 games this season he has a career high in receptions (14) and yards (174) while starting seven games.
With the inevitable release of Jordan Cameron coming this offseason and Dion Sims a free agent, Gray provides depth for Miami heading into next season and beyond. It’s unlikely Gray would be the go-to-man in head coach Adam Gase‘s offense but he’s done enough to prove he’s an asset in South Florida.