MIAMI (CBSMiami.com) – The Miami Dolphins looked to fortify their quarterback depth chart Thursday by signing 33-year-old QB Sage Rosenfels.

Yes, that Sage Rosenfels.

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Rosenfels is no stranger to Dolphins fans. He played with the team from 2003 to 2005. During his first stint with the Fins, he threw for 776 yards, six touchdowns, and six interceptions.

But, Rosenfels has bounced around since he left the Fins in 2005. He played three seasons for the Houston Texans; spent 2009 with the Minnesota Vikings; and spent 2010 with the New York Giants.

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He hasn’t thrown a pass during a regular season NFL game since 2008.

Rosenfels had been a member of the Giants this season, but has spent more time this year in the hospital than with the team. He was hospitalized in August due to a mysterious blood infection.

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Rosenfels was deemed healthy enough to be released by the Giants, which brought him back to Dolphins on Thursday.