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Phinsider Radio show notes: More receiver moves on the horizon for the Dolphins? HOUTZ MOCK DRAFT 1.0

Trade rumors aren’t going to slow down anytime soon

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Phinsider Radio show notes for March 29.

Albert Breer, of Sports Illustrated, had some interesting nuggets about Miami’s trades with San Francisco and Philadelphia.

  • Grier called the Eagles, who owned the sixth pick, a little more than two weeks ago to ask if they would be interested in moving back to 12 if the deal with the 49ers went through.
  • Dolphins “could” have second-non QB pick in the draft.
  • Gains 2023 first round pick.
  • Will the 49ers be worse than the Miami Dolphins next season?
  • Eagles believe Ja’Marr Chase will go at five.

Peter King, also of Sports Illustrated, credited Chris Grier for being a smart general manager and mentioned that the team may move a receiver, maybe even DeVante Parker.

  • Trading Parker saves $4 million
  • Cutting Jakeem Grant or Albert Wilson would each save $2.8 million
  • What would the return for Parker even be?
  • Could Parker be enough for the Dolphins to move from 18 back up for another weapon?


Listen to the pod for a detailed look at each pick.

  • For some reasons the Lions wanted to trade from No. 7 to No. 6 in the mock and Houtz accepted the trade.
  • First round picks: DeVonta Smith, Micah Parsons.
  • Second round picks: Jaelan Phillips, Javonte Williams, Quinn Meinerz.
  • Third round pick: Amari Rodgers.

The 2021 NFL draft is slated to begin at 8 p.m. on Thursday April 29 with the first round and wrap up on Saturday, May 1 with the last three rounds of the draft.