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  • Dolphins Sign Duarte and Caroo

    The Super Bowl will be coming back to Miami in 2020 and the Dolphins would love to play in it on their home field.

    If they do, a pair of players who signed contracts with the team on Tuesday could be part of making it happen. The Dolphins announced that third-round wide receiver Leonte Caroo and seventh-round tight end Thomas Duarte have agreed to four-year deals with the team.

    Carroo is the latest addition to a receiving corps that has been remade since the end of the 2013 season. Jarvis Landry, DeVante Parker and Kenny Stills have all joined the team since then and Miami drafted Carroo and Jakeem Grant this season.

    Duarte could factor into the receiving mix as well at some point after playing as something of a wide receiver/tight end hybrid at UCLA. With Carroo and Duarte under contract, the Dolphins only have third-round running back Kenyan Drake left to sign from their draft class.

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