The Dolphins continued to land Hall of Famers in trades in 1970 when they landed WR Paul Warfield from Cleveland. The Dolphins did give up a first round pick in the 1970 draft for Warfield, so he was not quite a steal like Little and Buoniconti were.
However, Cleveland used that first round pick on QB Mike Phipps, who lasted 12 years in football but threw 55 TDs to 108 INTs. I do not think the Dolphins were missing out on anything with Phipps.
Warfield, meanwhile, continued his Pro Bowl caliber play in Miami. He was also on the two Super Bowl Championship teams.
What made this trade even better was that the Dolphins got compensation for Warfield when he signed back with Cleveland in 1976.
By 1976, Warfield was no longer a Pro Bowl player and was at the end of his career, and the Dolphins received fourth round and seventh round picks in the 1978 draft for him.
The Dolphins used the fourth round pick on CB Gerald Small. Small went on to have a solid six year career in Miami with 23 INTs.