Dolphins 'Not Expected' To Reach Deal With Mike Gesicki: NFL World Reacts

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The 2021 NFL season was a career high year for Miami Dolphins tight end Mike Gesicki.

Now, it appears he and the Dolphins are under contract far beyond 2022.

The Dolphins are not expected to reach a new deal with Gaskey before 4 p.m. yesterday, according to ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter. ET.

it's the deadline

The players who have been tagged to the franchise for the 2022 season to get new contracts.

As a result, Gesicki will play the 2022 season at a tag of $10.9 million, although this may ultimately be Gessicki's last season with the team.

Miami Dolphins fans are worried they could lose him to free agency in 2023.

Meanwhile, fans of other teams are tempted to sign him next year:

Since moving to the Dolphins in the second round from Penn State in the 2018 NFL Draft,

Mike Gesicki has consistently established himself as a rock-solid tight end.

In the 2021 season, Gesicki recorded a career-high 73 receptions for 780 yards.

In four seasons with the team, he has 199 receptions for 2,255 yards and 13 touchdowns with a catch rate of 62.6%.

That said, Gesiki isn't really a game-changer in its position.

He has had two games for over 100 receiving yards and four where he had more than seven receptions.

But if the 2022 Geskey's breakout campaign turns out to be true, there's a big money waiting to happen next year for that.