The two issues involved are Green agreeing to restructure his contract, which currently calls for a $7.2 million base salary in 2007 -- an amount the Dolphins will not pay -- and the two teams agreeing on compensation.
According to an NFL source, the price for Green might consist of a third-round pick in this year's draft, along with a sixth-rounder in 2008.
Another source suggested the trade instead might involve a fourth-round pick, and there's the possibility that kicker Olindo Mare could be included in the deal.
The feeling is Green wants his situation resolved as soon as possible, and he's clearly intrigued by the idea of rejoining former Kansas City QB coach Terry Shea and Cameron, who was an assistant with the Redskins in 1995-96 when Green was there.
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