Three Miami Dolphins players that could be traded during camp
By Brian Miller
Myles Gaskin has done well for the Miami Dolphins but his time could be coming to an end.
There is nothing wrong with Myles Gaskin’s wheels. He isn’t overused, rundown, and still has a lot to offer another team but in Miami, he could be the victim of a numbers game that doesn’t fall in line with this team.
As is the case more often than not, players that were not added under a new regime are eventually replaced. For Mike McDaniel, that could come quickly in the running back room. McDaniel is a run game guy and there was attention paid to the unit, a unit that hasn’t produced well over the years, we can blame the offensive line for a lot of that.
Chase Edmunds, Sony Michel, Raheem Mostert, and even ZaQuandre White could push Gaskin out of Miami.
Gaskin has value and because of that, an RB needy team could view him as an option to add depth to their team. Trading for him would keep him on his current salary and eliminate any competition in a free agent market. Gaskin isn’t going to bring in a top draft pick, more likely a 7th at best but he could potentially be a part of a player swap that would make sense for both teams.