Campaign Coverage 2020

Dolphins' Gesicki hopes to polish his end zone celebrations



MIAMI (AP) — Miami Dolphins tight end Mike Gesicki celebrated his latest touchdown catch by simulating a card game with a teammate in the end zone. Given his prolific scoring pace of late, more such celebrations are likely. That may be particularly true Sunday when the Dolphins play host to the Seattle Seahawks, who are undefeated despite allowing an NFL-high 1,292 yards passing. Gesicki has seven touchdown catches since Week 12 in 2019, tied for the most in the league during that span. The TDs are just part of the 6-foot-6 Gesicki’s emergence as a big weapon in the Dolphins’ offense. 

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