Report: Miami Dolphins looking trade 19th pick

Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

Miami is looking to move up or down, depending on who's offering what, according to the Miami Herald.

Apparently, the Dolphins are so not interested in the 19th pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, they are looking to deal out of the spot.

The direction, according to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, is up for discussion.

Perhaps had they just lost to the Steelers, they'd be in a better position. In fact, we know they would have. They could take steps to rectify that now by offering the Steelers, say, their third round pick to move up to 15. The Dolphins are reportedly interested in Virginia Tech cornerback Kyle Fuller and Ohio State linebacker Ryan Shazier, two players almost certain to be available at 15.

The Steelers could grab that other pick, and likely still get one of their 19 projected targets from within the first round. Everyone's happy.

Except the Steelers representatives who would have liked going to the playoffs last year.

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