DENVER -- Brock will not be back.
Brock Osweiler's second tour with the Broncos ended quietly and officially Friday as the backup quarterback signed with the Miami Dolphins, according to multiple reports. Osweiler reunites with coach Adam Gase, his former offensive coordinator during the majority of his time in Denver.
Osweiler returned to the Broncos prior to last season, signed to a veteran minimum contract to play behind Trevor Siemian as Paxton Lynch healed from a shoulder injury. It brought full circle an odd journey after he defected from Denver 16 months earlier, signing a four-year, $72-million deal with Houston.
Osweiler fizzled as the Texans' franchise quarterback, never connecting with coach Bill O'Brien. The Texans bailed on him after one season, trading him to the Cleveland Browns, who absorbed a $16 million salary to land a premium draft pick. In the end, Cleveland released Osweiler.
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