Trade Partner: Green Bay Packers
The Dolphins could play off of the potential desperation of the Packers with this one.
Aaron Rodgers has returned to Green Bay, but his core of weapons has been depleted with the departure of Davante Adams and others. They should look to spend at least one of their two first round picks on one of the young wide receiver drafts prospects, something they should have done a long time ago.
Rodgers is undoubtedly at the very tail end of his career, and it is unlikely that he will want to take the time to groom inexperienced pass catchers while trying to lead his team to a Super Bowl. With this in mind, Chris Grier and the Miami Dolphins should be on the phone, inquiring about the possible interest in DeVante Parker.
For the Packers, this trade would add an affordable, veteran pass catcher to Rodger’s arsenal, without costing them one of their first four selections in the 2022 Draft while adding a third fourth-rounder.
For the Dolphins, it would free up cap space from a player that may be deemed expendable, and they would move up 33 spots in order to take a more highly-touted prospect.