Last Saturday we passed along a story from the Miami Herald in which that former Dolphins great Dan Marino quasi-endorsed the idea of Carson Palmer being traded to Miami. “I’ve always liked Carson,” Marino was quoted as saying. “For a third-rounder, I’d do it.” Of course, the Dolphins cannot publicly acknowledge such a notion as it violates the NFL’s anti-tampering rules and without a CBA, no player trades can happen. Add to that Mike Brown’s historic stubborness and we figured it was mostly pie-in-the-sky speculation; hardly worth noticing.
It probably still is, but Almondo Salguero at the Miami Herald is pushing for it to happen. In his latest offering that can be read here, Salguero says that he’s talked to various Dolphins officials who have been seemingly open to the idea.
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