REPORT : Dolphins Pushed to ‘Find a Way’ to Exchange for Underutilized Cowpokes Draft Choose….

The Miami Dolphins won’t have a ton of money to spend in 2024 given their current cap situation (nearly $52 million in the negative), meaning general manager Chris Grier will have to get creative as he attempts to improve this roster.

A recent suggested “trade target” could help with that. During a comprehensive offseason trade guide published on January 29, Bleacher Report analyst Alex Ballentine highlighted 2023 Dallas Cowboys draft pick and backup tight end Luke Schoonmaker as a prospect he’d call about if he were Miami.

Dolphins urged to trade for Cowboys TE Luke Schoonmaker.

Mike McDaniel needs a well-rounded tight end for his offense to work best,” Ballentine explained. “If they were to find a way to acquire Luke Schoonmaker, they would have [a prospect that] the coaching staff could mold to fit their offense.”

Ballentine also noted that “the Cowboys don’t have as much need for Schoonmaker [after] Jake Ferguson’s breakout campaign.”

You see, after selecting Ferguson in round four of the 2022 draft, Dallas doubled down at tight end and took Schoonmaker in 2023 — and in the second round, no less. The rookie was quickly overshadowed by the incumbent upon arrival, however, as Ferguson exploded for 71 receptions, 761 yards and five touchdowns in year two.

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