Noah Igbinoghene and Justin Coleman
Miami has a lot of cornerbacks on their roster, so a team that needs one for a playoff push may decide to make a move for one.
Noah Igbinoghene will be a hard sell for some, but there is no doubt in my mind that a general manager will sell themselves on his potential. And I think he still has a ton of potential.
Fans want to give Tua Tagovailoa time to progress; well, Igbinoghene should get that time too. The former Auburn cornerback was raw coming out of college, so he needs the fair time to develop. Sadly, the Dolphins have shown they are regressing as developers, so they may decide to move on from their 2020 first-round pick.
I still have some faith in Igbinoghene to turn it around, but I would not be surprised one bit if he is moved before the deadline.
Then there is Justin Coleman. The 2021 free agent signing has played okay, but he is on a one-year deal and likely not in Miami’s future plans. Plenty of playoff teams would love some depth at cornerback, and Coleman would be the perfect piece.
Coleman has played in the slot for Miami this year, and you don’t hear his name very much, which is good and bad. He has only played 38.4% of the snaps this season, so moving on from him wouldn’t hurt much at all.
I do not think any fans would fight the idea of Coleman being traded before the trade deadline.