After an injury-riddled 2012, former Jets tight end Dustin Keller will get a fresh start with the division-rival Miami Dolphins, according to ESPN.

Both of Keller's brothers broke the news by Tweeting that Keller, a Jet since 2008, would be "rocking orange and teal" next season.

According to a person familiar with the situation, Keller's stay in Miami lasted two days. Though Keller was hoping for a larger contract, health concerns and an uncertain tight end market forced him to settle for a one-year deal.

The deal, per ESPN, is worth $4.25 million.

Keller had at least 500 receiving yards and 45 receptions in each of his first four seasons before fighting a series of nagging hamstring and ankle injuries in 2012. Keller still managed to play in eight games and catch to touchdown passes.

A favorite target of Mark Sanchez, Keller was a key cog in the Jets offense during their back-to-back rides to the AFC Championship.