The Dolphins continued to add to their roster on Tuesday, signing CFL linebacker Brendan Ayanbadejo. And they are scheduled to look at a couple of NFL veterans on Wednesday.
Wide receiver Willie Jackson, who caught 81 passes for over 1,000 yards for New Orleans in 2001 before bouncing between the Falcons and Redskins last season, is scheduled to work out for the team on Wednesday, along with five-year veteran tight end Luther Broughton.
As for Ayanbadejo, he joins his brother Obafemi on the Dolphins roster.
The younger brother of Obafemi, Brendan spent the 2002 season with British Columbia of the CFL, finishing with 77 tackles along with a team-high five fumble recoveries.
He also had three interceptions and three sacks.
Ayanbadejo has also played in NFL Europe and spent time in the Falcons training camp in 1999.