Canterbury veteran Brett Morris will follow his brother out of Belmore.
At 31-years of age, the representative winger has attracted attention from his former club, the Dragons, with the Roosters also interested in his services.
His signing comes with value, a premiership, international and origin experience, all the whilst scoring 171 tries in all levels.
Morris was close to joining the Red V before June 30, but he opted to see out the rest of the season in a struggling Canterbury outfit.
Twin brother Josh, has already sealed his future with a two-year deal with the Cronulla Sharks.
The Morris brothers are another casualty of the salary cap constraints at Belmore.
The Bulldogs are in the hunt for Brisbane winger Corey Oates, offering the Queensland giant a deal which could see him switch to the back-row.
Titans hit-man Keegan Hipgrave and Melbourne youngster Jahrome Hughes are also in the sights of coach Dean Pay.