The Miami Dolphins have a few new faces in their front office.
On Tuesday, the team announced that it has signed former New York Giants defensive end Justin Pugh, who was previously a member of the Oakland Raiders.
He joins former Florida State defensive end Jonathan Bullard, who signed with the team this week.
The Dolphins signed Pugh as an undrafted free agent in 2013, after spending most of his time in New York.
He spent his rookie season with the Giants, and in 2016 he was a finalist for the NFL’s Walter Camp Offensive Player of the Year award.
He also spent time with the Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins, and was the subject of a report that said he had made $13 million in the last four seasons.
He signed a two-year contract with the Dolphins last offseason.
The other signing for the Dolphins this week is former Clemson cornerback Xavier Rhodes.
He was a member, along with fellow Clemson cornerback Teez Tabor, of the Super Bowl-winning Patriots.
The team has been linked to former NFL star Aqib Talib, who has signed with them this week as well.
He is the second former Miami Dolphin to sign with the Jets this week, joining former Tennessee Titans cornerback Antonio Cromartie.