Aaron Corp is not what I'd call a buyer. You know, the athletes that get signed by a team and because they know they're going to be around for a few years they put down roots and buy a home.
Corps is a barely a renter, actually.
He played for two colleges -- USC first before transferring to Richmond.
He was signed in 2012 by the Buffalo Bills as an undrafted free agent. Then he was cut a month later. Then the Bills signed him in in February of this year. Then he was cut April 29.
Then the Dallas Cowboys signed him May 7. Then the Cowboys cut him May 9.
Today, according to thesidelineview.com, Corp agreed to a one-year contract with the Dolphins.
Corp, who is 6-4 and 220 pounds, will be given a chance to compete with Pat Devlin for the No. 3 QB job in Miami. That's the company line.
He better show promise in the OTAs and June minicamp because his stay is not promised even until the start of training camp. If he does make it to training camp, I see him as a camp arm. Three quarterbacks cannot handle all the duties and throws of training camp.
He definitely isn't in a position to buy, just yet.
The Dolphins cut long snapper Patrick Scales to make room on the roster for Corp. One assumes Scales was also renting.