Former Buffalo Bills backup quarterback Aaron Corp is back in the AFC East, and he has now been on the roster of three NFL teams in less than a month. According to NFL Insider Adam Caplan, the Miami Dolphins have signed Aaron Corp to a one-year deal, and it’s always interesting to see a player cycle through teams so quickly. Corp will hope to stick around in Miami, but he will have to beat out second-year quarterback Pat Devlin for the third-string gig, and that’s an interesting position battle on the back end of the depth chart that currently favors Devlin.
The Bills cut Corp on the 29th of April, as he was among four cuts made by the team. The Dallas Cowboys signed Corp as a free agent about a week ago on the 7th of May, but they promptly released him just two days later before rookie minicamps even started. The reason why the Cowboys released Corp after just two days remains unclear, and it will probably always remain unclear.
I doubt Corp ends up making the Dolphins roster by beating out Devlin, but the 24-year-old USC and Richmond product should be able to land on a practice squad somewhere. We’ll see what becomes of Corp with the Dolphins in training camp, and the good thing for him is that he’s getting a shot to make a roster with a division rival.
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