The compensation in the Robert Quinn trade that the Los Angeles Rams and Miami Dolphins agreed to days ago is coming into focus.
We knew the Dolphins sent the Rams a fourth-round pick in the trade, along with exchanging their 183rd overall selection in the sixth round for one of the Rams? four scheduled picks (194, 195, 196 or 198) in the same round.
What is interesting is the Dolphins had two fourth-round picks before Friday.
A league source told the Miami Herald the Dolphins are giving up the higher of their two fourth-rounders (111 overall) while keeping the lower one (130 overall) which they got in a trade with the Philadelphia Eagles.
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Con información de: miamiherald.com
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