The Miami Dolphins continued to stock up on the free-agent market Friday, signing tight end Dustin Deller to a one-year, $4.25 million contract, according to multiple reports. News of the deal also came thorugh Keller's brother, Damien, via Twitter. There were reports that Keller was trying to land a multiyear contract. "What up DOLPHINS! Welcome the Kellers to Miami please! #phins" Damien Keller tweeted. The 28-year-old Keller leaves the New York Jets after catching 28 passes for 317 yards and two touchdowns in 2012. Hamstring and ankle injuries limited him to eight games last season. Keller, considered on of the NFL's top pass-catching tight ends, joins a receiving corps in Miami that has added former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace this week via free agency. Two years ago, Keller caught 65 passes for 815 yards and five touchdowns for the Jets. In five seasons in New York, he had 231 career receptions.
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