Roundup: Vikings, Ferguson agree to one-year deal

Updated: March 15, 2008, 11:16 PM ET
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The Minnesota Vikings, who upgraded their receiving corps with the addition of ex-Bear Bernard Berrian, maintained their depth at the position when Robert Ferguson accepted a one-year offer.

The deal is worth about $1 million, and there are chances for him to make an additional $500,000 to $600,000 with incentives.

Ferguson, 28, went to the Vikings last season after being cut by the Green Bay Packers, where he had spent the first six years of his career.

Ferguson started eight games for the Vikings and caught 32 passes for 391 yards. In four games before his release from the Packers, Ferguson had one start and caught five passes.

-- John Clayton, ESPN.com

The Dolphins bolstered their offensive depth with the addition of former Bengals wide receiver Tab Perry.

Perry, 26, agreed to a one-year deal for around $1 million with Miami after being pursued by several teams. He comes to the Dolphins not only as depth to the receiving corps, but could also help out as a kick returner.

In 2005, he set a franchise record with 1,562 kickoff return yards. He caught only 10 passes in his three seasons as a Bengal, but at 6-foot-3, 208 pounds, he is considered a receiver who could break big plays.

Perry was a sixth-round pick of the Bengals in 2005.

-- John Clayton, ESPN.com