3 realistic trade packages for the Miami Dolphins

Jaylen Waddle Miami Dolphins
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Sidney Jones IV (23) (Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports)
Sidney Jones IV (23) (Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports) /

Miami Dolphins receive: CB Sidney Jones IV and 2023 5th Round Pick

Seattle Seahawks receive: 2023 3rd Round Pick and 2023 6th Round Pick

Sidney Jones simply needs a fresh start and he could have that chance in an extremely depleted Miami Dolphins secondary.

I feel there is an obvious trend here that the Miami Dolphins are buying from pretty obvious sellers so far. The Seahawks have overachieved thus far, and need to just collect picks and retool through the draft.

They have good core pieces but are nowhere near a place of contention. Considering Sidney Jones hasn’t played much for them this move would make a lot of sense.

They seemingly have their corner of the future in Tariq Woolen, and Jones doesn’t factor into the future of this team very much at all.

However, for the Miami Dolphins, this move would be a needle-mover because of the rest it would allow Byron Jones to have in safely rehabbing his injury.

I think I speak for most Miami Dolphins fans when I say that there is not a ton of trust with the cornerbacks taking the field each week this season outside of Xavien Howard.

This is a depth move, but one that if made gives another veteran in the room to help guys like Kader Kohou, Keion Crossen, and Noah Igbinoghene.

This move eliminates the fear that each week a freak accident like Nik Needham’s Achilles injury doesn’t crush the Miami Dolphins entirely.