Brandon Weeden visits the Dolphins

AP

After playing for two different teams last year, Brandon Weeden is looking for a new NFL home this year. And that home may be in Miami.

Weeden is visiting the Dolphins this evening, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Miami is looking for a backup quarterback behind Ryan Tannehill.

Last season Weeden became the starter in Dallas after Tony Romo suffered a broken collarbone. Weeden was ineffective and eventually benched for Matt Cassel, then released. The Texans then picked Weeden up, and he ended up starting for them as well, when Brian Hoyer was hurt.

A 2012 first-round pick of the Browns, the 32-year-old Weeden has thrown 31 touchdown passes and 30 interceptions in his NFL career.