The Miami Dolphins added quarterback Brady Quinn to their roster on Monday according to a report by NFL Network.
Quinn is not a lock to make the final roster, and is in fact more likely a long shot. With Matt Moore and Pet Devlin embattled with injury problems, Miami needed another arm in camp. If Quinn can show he is capable, he could still make the team depending on the recovery of the other options.
Quinn was drafted in the first round in 2007 by the Cleveland Browns and has since then floated around the National Football League. The quarterback has made stops with the Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, New York Jets and St. Louis Rams. Quinn was also in camp with the Seattle Seahawks in 2013.
The last time that Quinn appeared in an NFL game was 2012 when he was a member of the Chiefs. In that season, Quinn played in ten games and it was the first action he had seen since 2009.
Despite being on the Broncos' roster in 2010-2011, Quinn never appeared in a game. It followed on that 2009 season where he was the starter to begin the year. In the end, Quinn played in ten games and had a quarterback rating of 67.2.
For his career, Quinn has a 64.4 rating in 24 games played. If the 29-year old makes the Dolphins' roster, he would be unlikely to see much action during the season.