He has more lives than cats. He’s also going to take on South Beach in his next stop as a quarterback in the NFL. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Miami Dolphins are signing veteran quarterback Brock Osweiler.

There’s definitely some jokes to be had here. Since showing himself as a part-time starter for the Denver Broncos back in 2015, Osweiler has thrown 20 touchdowns compared to 21 interceptions in 18 starts.

After spending one season in Houston following the Texans signing him to a four-year, $72 million contract, Osweiler was shipped off to the Cleveland Browns last offseason. He didn’t make it to Week 1 with a Browns team that eventually went winless, instead landing with his former Denver Broncos squad.

In Denver, Osweiler threw five touchdowns compared to five interceptions en route to leading the Broncos to a 0-4 record in four starts.

Osweiler will now take on the role of holding a clipboard behind starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill in Miami.