Miami Dolphins have signed linebacker Lee Robinson to a futures contract, bringing the former CFL player to training camp.

Robinson, who was last in the NFL with the Denver Broncos in 2010, playing in three games before spending the past two seasons with the Edmonton Eskimos as a defensive end.

Last season Robinson tallied six tackles and two sacks before being played on the Eskimos injuries reserve because of a quad injury.

Before joining the CFL this former Alcorn State standout spent time on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Arizona Cardinals practice squad.

The Dolphins have typically signed CFL players like Robinson, who is 6-foot-2, 253 pound, to fill out the training camp roster. A few of the CFL imports, players like Cameron Wake and return specialist Marcus Thigpen, actually made the 53-man roster and contribute.