The New England Patriots made an adjustment to their practice squad Tuesday.

The team signed defensive end Cameron Henderson and released quarterback McLeod Bethel-Thompson for a second time in two weeks.

Henderson, a Central Florida product, signed with the Atlanta Falcons as an undrafted free agent in 2013 but was cut before the start of last season. He spent the final month of the season on the Cleveland Browns practice squad and spent training camp with Cleveland before being released two weeks ago.

The Patriots were Bethel-Thompson’s fourth NFL team since he entered the league in 2011. The UCLA product also has played in the Arena Football League and the now-defunct United Football League.

New England visits the Minnesota Vikings this Sunday.