Two-time Pro Bowl QB Trent Green was traded from Kansas City to Miami in exchange for a fifth-round selection that could a become a fourth-round selection in the 2008 NFL Draft based on Green's playing time with the Dolphins in 2007.
Green (6-3, 217) started 88 contests in six seasons (2001-06) with Kansas City, including a string of 81 consecutive starts, the longest streak by a quarterback in franchise history. He completed 1,720 of 2,777 passes (61.94%) for 21,459 yards with 118 TDs and 82 INTs for a franchise-record 87.3 career rating. Green added 171 carries for 692 yards (4.0 avg.) with three TDs. He also holds team career records for completion percentage (61.94%), 300-yard games (24) and passes of 20+ yards (274). He ranks second in Chiefs history for career wins by a starting quarterback (48), pass attempts (2,777), completions (1,720), passing yards (21,459) and TD passes (118).
Entering his 14th NFL seasons in 2007, Green was named to the Pro Bowl following the 2003 and 2005 campaign and established a single-season team record with 4,591 passing yards in 2004. He is the only quarterback in Kansas City history to throw a "perfect game," registering a 158.3 rating vs. Detroit (12/14/03). He was the winner of the club's Derrick Thomas Award as the Chiefs Most Valuable Player in both 2003 and 2004.