Miami Dolphins could trade 1 of these 4 players before the season-opener

Could Chris Grier end up moving on from one of these guys before Week 1?
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2. Liam Eichenberg

After you are done choking on your coffee, realize that Liam Eichenberg is entering a contract year and if he can't secure a starting role on the Dolphins offensive line, Miami may not want to keep him around to play as a backup.

Working in his favor is his versatility. Eichenberg can play all of the line positions, but is better suited to play guard or center. He has been inconsistent throughout his career, but if the Dolphins don't see him as someone making the team or at the very least a last rotational backup player, he could be traded if another squad is dealt an injury.

Eichenberg could go to a team needing center help. He is playing on the final year of his rookie contract making him cheap and a team would be able to make him an offer if he played well. He won't bring much to the Dolphins in return, but it is something to keep an eye on nonetheless.