Miami Dolphins have a bad history with wide-receiver trades since 2004
By Brian Miller
2010 – Brandon Marshall
The Dolphins surprised a lot of people as the start of free agency began in 2010. They sent two 2nd round draft picks to Denver for one of the leagues elite receivers. Marshall was going to bring speed and top-level play to the Dolphins but with him would come his diva attitude.
Miami soon realized they had a problem on their hands. Marshall opted to not workout with the other receivers and Chad Henne during the off-season and injured his hand at home that kept him off the practice field.
In 2011 Marshall would make the Pro-Bowl catching 81 passes for 1,214 yards and six touchdowns. It was his second back to back 1,000 yard seasons with the Dolphins and it appeared that the trade was going to work out for the Dolphins despite a contentious relationship with his teammates.