The never ending saga of Trent Green and where he will play in 2007 continues, while for the past two months the Dolphins and Chiefs continue to play this ridiclous game of cat and mouse. The Dolphins need a quarterback, and since Cam Cameron came in as the Dolphins head coach, the player he has been eyeing at that spot has been Green. The Chief QB knows he is on the way out, as the team resigned former backup Damon Huard to a big deal, and with the somewhat lackluster play of Green late in the season, the writing was on the wall for the team to go in a different direction.
So it looks like a great match. The Dolphins get Green, while the Chiefs get rid of a huge salary cap hit and get a draft pick or two in the proceess. So can someone tell me why this deal STILL has not been done? Seems like the Dolphins are still playing hard ball about not wanting to give up a number three pick for a player that they fell will be released if he is still on the roster in about a month. The Chiefs know that Miami is in dire need of a QB, so they are in no hurry to let go of Green – even though everyone in the league knows they eventually will simply have to.
So figure it out Miami and KC. Get the deal done, and get Green into a new home. The back and forth is getting old, and we all know that come opening day Green will be wearing aqua, while the Chiefs will be in the long run be likely better off with Huard as their starting signal caller. This game is getting stale. Show your cards of fold and move on and trade Green elsewhere.