Bradford have acquired the services of much-travelled hooker Scott Moore for a four-game trial.
Moore, 29, who was released by Wakefield earlier this year, is set to make his debut for the Bulls in Sunday's Kingstone Press League 1 match at Swinton.
A spokesman said: "Bradford Bulls can confirm we have captured the services of hooker Scott Moore on a four-game trial."
Moore, who represented England in 2009, has played nearly 200 matches in a career he began as a 16-year-old at St Helens and includes a stint in the NRL with the North Queensland Cowboys in 2013.
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Four official bids have been made to create a new rugby club in Bradford following the collapse of the Bradford Bulls.
The Rugby Football League said it received 12 enquiries after the Bulls were liquidated last week.
Officials said the four bids, which are confidential, would be thoroughly assessed before a recommendation is made.
In a statement the RFL said: "Bradford is a great city with a rich rugby league heritage and deserves a professional club that supporters can be proud of."
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Welham joins the club with a strong Super League pedigree having played over 190 games for Hull KR over a nine year period.
The Centre will be looking to recreate his form from 2016 in which he scored an impressive 29 tries in 30 appearances for the Bulls.
The unfortunate situation with Bradford means we have been able to benefit with a quality addition to an area where we were short. Kris has proven over the years he is a super league player with great ability. Everyone you speak to says he is a great guy with a good mentality so will fit well with what are creating here at Salford.
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