There's noise about a potential trade involving Russell Wilson and the Miami Dolphins.
The latest development involves Wilson and the issues that have surfaced between the seven-time Pro Bowl quarterback and the Seattle Seahawks.
Wilson's camp reportedly has approached the Seahawks about a trade and included Miami among his potential destinations, along with the Jets, Raiders and Saints.
Wilson is one of eight players with a no-trade clause and has three years left on the four-year, $140 million extension he signed with the Seahawks in 2019.
Wilson is a franchise quarterback and 33, so the appeal for the Dolphins is simple.
Tua Tagovailoa, who the Dolphins selected with the fifth overall pick in 2020, has the potenial for the development of a young player into one.
If the Dolphins head into the 2021 season with Tagovailoa as their starter and add pieces may help him to take the next step.
The Dolphins have the capital to make something happen if they want and, enough left over to put a solid team around whatever quarterback ends up starting.
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