At least Brady Quinn has a job with Fox.

The veteran quarterback, who signed with Miami Dolphins two weeks ago, announced via Twitter on Tuesday that he had been released.

"It was short lived, but I enjoyed every second. Thank you Miami Dolphins for the opportunity to play the game I love again. Best of luck to all the players and coaches this season," Quinn wrote.

The Dolphins made other roster moves to reach the 75-player limit. They designated defensive tackle A.J. Francis, running back Mike Gillislee and tight end Arthur Lynch as reserve/injured and waived wide receivers Armon Binns and Ryan Spadola, tight end Brett Brackett, cornerback Steven Clarke, defensive tackle Cory Grissom and center Tyler Larsen.

Lynch was a fifth-round draft pick this year. Gillislee was drafted in the fifth round in 2013 but buried on the depth chart behind three other running backs.

The 29-year-old Quinn had hoped to resurrect his career in Miami. The Dolphins were looking for some insurance for starter Ryan Tannehill and backup Matt Moore.

Even though he hopes to keep playing, Quinn does have a television deal with Fox Sports. He also recently tried out with the New England Patriots.

Quinn split last season between the New York Jets and the St. Louis Rams, but he did not throw a pass. He played in 10 games and made eight starts for the Kansas City Chiefs in 2012 compiling a 1-7 record. Counting his time from 2007-09 with the Cleveland Browns, he has a 4-16 career record as a starter.

For his career, Quinn has a 53.8 percent completion rate, 12 touchdown passes and 17 interceptions.

The Notre Dame product was Cleveland's first-round pick (22nd overall) in 2007.