Fourth team's a charm.
Quarterback Brock Osweiler on Friday signed with the Dolphins, his fourth team in two seasons but reuniting him with Miami head coach Adam Gase, who was his offensive coordinator with the Broncos from 2012-14.
Osweiler has played in 42 NFL games — including 25 starts in which he is 13-12 — since Denver drafted him in the second round (57th overall) in the 2012 draft.
Since going 5-2 as Peyton Manning's regular-season injury replacement with the eventual Super Bowl champion Broncos in 2015, Osweiler has been on the move.
He signed a four-year, $72 million deal in 2016 to be the Texans' starter but was traded to the Browns after only one season in a salary dump. Unable to win the starting job in Cleveland, he wound up back with the Broncos in 2017.
He has completed 584 of 987 passes (59 percent) for 6,171 yards and 31 touchdowns with 27 interceptions.
Osweiler will likely serve as Ryan Tannehill's primary backup in Miami.