Some Miami Dolphins are considering a "revolt" if their team separates from offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil, who has been the subject of commercial rumors.
According to some rumors, Tunsil would be the centerpiece of an exchange with the Houston Texans against Jadeveon Clowney, but there could be a considerable reaction from some team members if the trade was to take place , said a "well-placed source" at the Miami Herald on Thursday. .
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"The reaction would be incredible," the source told the newspaper.
We do not know what the supposed "revolt" would entail.
Tunsil, 25, is one of the Dolphins' top offensive linemen since the team chose him with the # 13 draw of the 2016 NFL draw. The offensive tackle provides a vital protection to Miami quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and any exchange would be a blow to the offensive line.
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The team also under contract for two more seasons Tunsil, according to the Miami Herald.
Trade talks between Miami and Houston have warmed over the past week. The Texans seem adamant about the Clowney exchange, which has won 29 sacks in the past five seasons and has not yet signed a deal with the Texans. Clowney can not be traded before signing the call for tenders.
The dolphins had a tumultuous off season.
Outback Kenny Stills sparked controversy by denouncing the decision of team owner Stephen Ross to organize a fundraiser for President Trump while he was part of the NFL Players' Coalition.
Stills also publicly announced his disagreement over the NFL's partnership with Jay-Z over a social justice initiative and the Super Bowl half-time show, which led new head coach Brian Flores to play Jay-Z. Z in the locker room apparently to "challenge" his player. .
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The dolphin season starts on September 8th.