Jenna Laine of Sports Talk Florida first reported the signing.
Carter was cut earlier this month after flopping in his only season in Tampa. He agreed to a four-year contract in 2015, but never won the starting gig, losing to promising rookie Kwon Alexander. Carter played just 314 snaps, compiling 47 tackles and two sacks in three starts. The veteran has been a disappointment since his breakout season with the Cowboys in 2012.