Another Free Agent Addition

Cam Cameron and Randy Mueller continued the reshaping of the Dolphins roster Saturday when they landed another unrestricted free agent.

Fullback Cory Schlesinger, formerly of the Detroit Lions, agreed to terms with the Dolphins on Saturday, according to an NFL source.

Schlesinger will be signing a two-year deal.

He will replace starting fullback Darian Barnes, who signed with the Jets as a free agent two days ago.

A 12-year veteran from Nebraska, Schlesinger is a blocking specialist and also has pass-catching ability out of the backfield.

Schlesinger joins TE David Martin, S Cameron Worrell and K Jay Feely as free agent signings, to go along with linebacker Joey Porter, who was signed after being released by Pittsburgh.

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