Miami is one NFL team that could make some major changes to their roster over the next year. The team is still struggling, and the talent level is not what it needs to be for the Dolphins to compete in the tough AFC East.
Brandon Marshall is one player that is playing at a high level, but the team owes him $27 million over the next three years, and if Miami goes into rebuilding mode, Marshall would be great trade bait to stockpile draft choices.
The latest NFL rumor was on Bleacher Report, and it has Washington and Tampa Bay as two of the teams with the most interest in the talented wide receiver.
The Redskins have gotten off to a quick start, and adding a possession receiver with size would definitely upgrade the position for the team. Tampa Bay has several young receivers, and Marshall would add a veteran influence with talent to the young Bucs offense.
Marshall has value as a receiver, and making the deal this year would get Miami the most in return for his services. This rumor has some merit, but trades in the NFL are few and far between during the season.