The Miami Dolphins signed quarterback Josh Freeman and linebacker Spencer Paysinger to one-year contracts.
Freeman is a former Tampa Bay Buccaneers first-round draft pick from Kansas State.
He was a bust with the Buccaneers, though, getting cut in 2013.
Freeman didn't play last season.
He was with the Minnesota Vikings and New York Giants after being cut by Tampa Bay.
For his career, Freeman has thrown for 13,724 yards, 80 touchdowns and 67 interceptions.
The Dolphins also signed backup linebacker Spencer Paysinger, who played for the Giants last season.
"I would like to welcome Spencer and Josh as the newest members of the Miami Dolphins," general manager Dennis Hickey. "Spencer is an experienced player that has been a strong contributor in his first four seasons in the NFL, and Josh is a quarterback who has had success in this league."
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