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Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Dolphins interested in Trent Green

The Dolphins would have interest in acquiring Kansas City's Trent Green if placed on the trading block by the Chiefs, a source said at the NFL Scouting Combine. Green played under Cam Cameron when both were with Washington from 1995 to 1998 and is familiar with Cameron's offensive system.

There are no indications Green is currently being shopped by Kansas City. But after re-signing quarterback Damon Huard to a three-year contract they may choose to part ways with Green.



Ebron t said...

If i were the dolphins, i wouldn't be interested. The dolphins already have a good starter in Daunte Culpepper and have a great backup in Cleo Lemon. There's no need for Them to trade for Trent Green

February 28, 2007 10:05:00 AM EST  
Anonymous said...

How can you say that Daunte Culpepper is a good starter. He is washed up and injury prone. His career is over.

March 1, 2007 1:30:00 PM EST  
Anonymous said...

How can you say that Daunte Culpepper is a good starter. He is washed up and injury prone. His career is over.

March 1, 2007 1:30:00 PM EST  
Anonymous said...

i agree daunte is washed up injury prone he is terrible i think if the dolphins want a better season this year they should go w/green

March 1, 2007 8:59:00 PM EST  
Anonymous said...

Culpepper will not take the dolphins anywhere.Green is the most underrated QB in the league. He would lead them to the playoffs.I'm not sure that anyone will pay his current salary of 7 mil though.

March 1, 2007 11:49:00 PM EST  
Anonymous said...

Yeah think again Harrington will be gone and Dante might not be 100% ready to go in September. This might be good for the fins.

March 2, 2007 1:53:00 PM EST  
Anonymous said...

How is he washed up? Green is a good QB but Culpepper just came back to early from a serious injury. And if you would look at his stats in the games he did play he managed to consisitently throw over 230 yards in each game. The O-line was terrible at the beggining of the season. Once adjustments were made to the O-line then the team began to click for a short stint. Now if you have O-line problems and considering to get a quaterback you should be interested in a mobile QB, intsead of a drop back. I am a Trent Green fan but this is not a good move for the Dolphins or for him.

March 2, 2007 5:08:00 PM EST  
Anonymous said...

I agree with some of you, I think if Trent green is there then try for him,If he is not then draft the guy from Boise State or Michagan State,build with 1 of these guys,we also need a wide receiver also!

March 3, 2007 5:08:00 PM EST  
Rex said...

If there is going to be another quarterback starting in Miami, it had better not be Trent Green. Trent Green is coming off a bad concussion, and with the whole concussion controversy coming into the picture we want no part of Trent Green. If someone is going to take Culpepper's place, he had better a stud.

March 3, 2007 8:21:00 PM EST  
Anonymous said...

Trent Green is too old now. He is as worse as Aaron Rodgers. But older...

March 4, 2007 10:52:00 AM EST  
Anonymous said...

in all honesty i dont see this happening...primarily because trent green didnt rebound off of that concusion and he is aging quickly...also even though daunte culpepper is injury prone and washed up the dolphins put to much money into him to give up after one season...they will probaby just get brady quinn in the draft of attempt to get one of the decent backups around the league (Matt Schaub)

March 4, 2007 5:49:00 PM EST  
Brett Farve said...

I like this idea! Even though I'm not a Dolphin fan! They should go after him. Daunte Culpepper isn't a good starter. Non of his back-ups can help him and his coaches! They should dump Daunta and get Trent Green. Besides... They have nothing to lose...(Exept their franchise)

March 5, 2007 9:50:00 PM EST  
Dol-fanKirb13 said...

The Fins will be fine with C-Pepp.
I agree with a few of you. The line was awful at the start of the '06 season & C-Pepp wasn't ready. Saban was to pushy in getting him back on the field & any great QB is going to want to play as well; Duante rushed himself back also. Now that he has been rehabbing like crazy. It won't be long before we hear C-pepp to Chambers on a regular basis. As far as Green goes we should get him at a restructured deal. Cheap!! For insurance.

March 15, 2007 12:33:00 AM EST  

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