Bradford have signed Wales international Dan Fleming on a one-year deal.
The 28-year-old will enter his second spell with the Bulls after enjoying two seasons at the club between 2015-16.
Fleming has had stints at Toronto, Halifax and Castleford since leaving Bradford and will link up with his international head coach John Kear at the Bulls next year.
Bradford coach Kear said: “We are really pleased to have signed Dan, obviously he has been at the Bulls before and he enjoyed his time at the club then.
“He has been to the likes of Toronto Wolfpack, Halifax and Castleford Tigers since and whenever he has played against us he has always caused problems.
“Obviously knowing him from our time together at Wales I know not only can he play a high number of minutes but also play at a very high level.
“He is an experienced player but at 28, he has plenty of time in front of him and he is in a good stage of his career.
“Dan knows that he will get good game time should his form warrant it but he will be good for the likes of Levy Nzoungou and Ebon Scurr too.
“He is a great example for them and he sits alongside Steve Crossley who has enjoyed a similar career path, we have a good blend in the pack and we are delighted to have Dan on board.”
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