The Miami Dolphins have agreed to terms with free agent wide receiver Brandon Gibson, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Gibson joins other free agents signed by the Dolphins, wide receiver Mike Wallace, tight end Dustin Keller, and linebackers Dannell Ellerbe and Philip Wheller. The team has also re-sgned safety Chris Clemons since the start of free agency on Tuesday.
Gibson comes to Miami after a meeting with the New York Jets, and was set to meet with other teams after the Dolphins. That won't happen now.
A fourth year player, Gibson has 174 career receptions, for 2090 yards with 9 touchdowns. Gibson started his career with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2009, but moved on the the St. Louis Rams in season after appearing in just one game for Philadelphia. He's been with the Rams since.
The Dolphins have been one of the most active teams in free agency this year, and most likely are not done. The team is still courting tackle Jake Long, trying to get their first overall pick from 2008 to return, as well as could be looking at running backs and cornerbacks.
Stay with the Phinsider for updates on the Gibson signing, and for all the Dolphins' moves.