The Miami Dolphins added a veteran to their wide reciever mix earlier in the off-season when they agreed to a deal with Chad (Ochocinco) Johnson.
Now, Ross Tucker of Sirius XM NFL Radio says the Dolphins have worked out another veteran receiver who has done some bouncing around of late. Braylon Edwards, the former Brown, Jet and 49er, has worked out for the team, which could have some interest in signing him.
Tucker indicated the news came to him via HBO's Ken Rodgers, the supervising producer for "Hard Knocks," which will feature the Dolphins in training camp this summer.
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