The Miami Dolphins are hosting veteran linebacker Connor Barwin for a workout and could potentially sign the 32-year-old and add a sack-producer to the training camp roster.

Barwin, who started three of the 15 games he played for the New York Giants last season, has played for four teams in his 10-year NFL career and has contributed 56.5 sacks, one interception and forced six fumbles while being used primarily as an outside linebacker.

Last week the Dolphins signed offensive tackle Jordan Mills, addressing one of the roster voids the team didn’t feel was adequately addressed in the 2019 NFL draft.