BEREA, Ohio (WKBN) – The Cleveland Browns have signed former Steelers quarterback Josh Dobbs to a one-year free-agent deal.

The team made the official announcement on Thursday.

Dobbs spent parts of two seasons with the Steelers as a backup quarterback after being selected in the fourth round of the 2017 NFL Draft.

The veteran quarterback spent 2017-18 with Pittsburgh before being traded to Jacksonville in 2019. He re-joined the Steelers from 2020-22.

He has appeared in six games in his NFL career, completing 10-17 passes for 45 yards. He also rushes for 31 yards on six attempts.

The Tennessee product will serve as depth behind starter Deshaun Watson and backup Jacoby Brissett.

Dobbs recently received free agency interest from the Ravens and Patriots.

In 37 games at Tennessee, Dobbs passed for 7,138 yards and 53 touchdowns, while adding 2,160 rushing yards and 32 touchdowns.