Dolphins deny interest in trading Jordan, Wallace, and/or Wake
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Feb 28, 2014
Regardless of whether the Dolphins are interested in trading Wallace, Wake, or Jordan, it’s safe to say any team that would have interest in any of those players now has reason to at least make the phone call. Conflicting reports have emerged on Friday regarding whether the Dolphins would trade receiver Mike Wallace, defensive end Cameron Wake, and/or defensive end Dion Jordan. As to Wake, trading him before June 1 would trigger a $4.2 million cap charge. “Do you believe CBSSports.com? Or do you believe the Miami Dolphins? I know my source. I’m going with the Dolphins.” For Wallace , who signed a five-year, $60 million contract last year, a trade before June 1 would result in an immediate cap charge of $8.8 million, which represents the remainder of his $11 million signing bonus. Last week, at about this same time, we criticized the 49ers for calling our report of the potential trade of coach Jim Harbaugh to the Browns “completely false” and “ridiculous” not by saying so directly but by leaking the news via unnamed teams sources to a media outlet the 49ers partially own.
Trading Wallace, Wake, or Jordan would carry cap consequences for Dolphins
Conflicting reports have emerged on Friday regarding whether the Dolphins would trade receiver Mike Wallace, defensive end Cameron Wake, and/or defensive end Dion Jordan. Setting aside for now the question of whether the Dolphins would or wouldn’t trade…