The NFL league meetings have taken place this week, mostly to discuss rule changes for the 2014 season, but now rumors have hit that Miami is looking to trade star wide receiver Mike Wallace.
The 27-year-old was added as a free agent last off-season and contributed over 70 receptions for 930 yards and five touchdowns in 2013, not exactly the numbers the Dolphins were hoping for, but a solid effort in his firs year with the team.
Now reports have surfaced that the team has grown unhappy with his off field comments and work habits and after the turmoil that hit the locker room at the end of last season, management is trying to nip any problems in the bud.
Several NFL teams would have interest in the speedster, but San Francisco is one franchise that could use his big play capabilities and could use the added depth at wide receiver.
The 49ers have a solid running game and two good receivers in Anquan Boldin and Michael Crabtree, but they don't have that one player that can stretch the field and make this offense explosive.
It does seem strange that a team is willing to part with its best offensive weapon, but the Miami Dolphins need to do what is best for the franchise and Wallace could land the team a couple high draft picks in return, softening the loss heading into the 2014 season.