The Dolphins dealt former first-round pick Ryan Tannehill to the Titans on Friday, and two days later have grabbed another Ryan to play the QB position.
The club on Sunday agreed to terms on a two-year deal with Buccaneers free agent quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, bringing him back to the AFC East to play on his third team in the division.
Last season Fitzpatrick, who will be 37 during the season, threw for 2366 yards with 17 touchdowns and 12 interceptions.
He started the season leading the Bucs to wins over the Saints and Eagles, and was the talk of the league throwing for eight scores in the first two weeks.
After that he and the Bucs fell back down to earth, and he went 0-6 the rest of the way as Tampa Bay starter, splitting time with Jameis Winston.
Fitzpatrick did have two other games last season in which he threw for 400 yards, both in losing efforts for Tampa.