What the Recent Miami Dolphins Trades Mean for the Team

April 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The NFL free agency window is beginning to wind down, all of the sudden, we get a flurry of wide receivers that change hands. The two biggest trades during this time both involved the Miami Dolphins. They first acquired Brandon Marshall from Denver and then a few days later, shipped Ted Ginn Jr. off to San Francisco. All of these trades will have an impact, good or bad, and now it’s time to take a look at them.
Dolphins Acquire Brandon Marshall from Denver
First of all, if you are a Dolphins fan, you are celebrating with a cold one on the beach right now. This is a terrific trade for your team. The Dolphins acquire an immediate contributor to the team and is, without question, the number one receiver down there now. Marshall, who has caught 100 passes in 3 of his first 4 years, gives them a legitimate passing attack. 
However, after the honeymoon is over between him and his new quarterback Chad Henne, they will have some serious work to do. It’s no secre...

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