Trade: Redskins trade their 2014 third-round pick to Miami in exchange for center Mike Pouncey
According to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, the Dolphins have no intentions of trading Mike Pouncey at this time. But after public release of the Ted Wells report, things could get even messier in South Beach.
While Salguero puts to rest any trade rumors for right now, he does mention a possible suspension for Pouncey following the report—which does a pretty adequate job at labeling Pouncey as Richie Incognito's running mate in the Jonathan Martin bully scandal.
Even as one of the better centers in the league, Pouncey finds himself in a tough situation—as do the Dolphins. If the team is looking to make a serious statement about moving forward and reshaping their locker room, Pouncey could find himself on the block.
If you're the Redskins—despite his involvement in this latest media circus—Pouncey would spike interest. The Washington offensive line is in dire need of help, and Pouncey is due to earn less than $2 million in 2014. He'll be just 25 years old to start next season, and the two sides could work on an extension right away.
That is, of course, if you can trust your team to handle Pouncey's personality, which has weathered its fair share of digs throughout the lineman's short three-year NFL career.