The long-awaited trade for Kansas City quarterback Trent Green apparently is a done deal at last. The Dolphins and Chiefs have agreed to a trade, with the Dolphins sending K.C. a fifth-round pick in 2008 that could become a fourth-rounder based on playing time incentives, according to FOXSports.com.
The deal reportedly is set pending Green passing a physical, something that shouldn't be an issue. The timing of the deal means Green could see action this weekend when the Dolphins hold their last minicamp of the offseason.
The big question now is what's going to happen with Daunte Culpepper, whose days with the Dolphins probably at done.
Because of his salary and his health, it's not likely the Dolphins will be able to get anything in a trade for Culpepper, who just might wind up getting released.
For now, though, the trade that was expected all offseason finally looks like it's become a reality.