Last season, the Miami Dolphins made a move to bring in former Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie via a trade to help stabilize their offensive line. As part of the deal, the Dolphins gave up what was at the time an undisclosed conditional pick in a future draft for the veteran lineman.
Now according to several reports, including that of Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald, that pick has been revealed to be a seventh-round selection, in the 2015 NFL Draft.
John Harbaugh said this morning that the Bryant McKinnie trade netted the Dolphins’ 2015 7th rounder, not 2014. I’m told this is correct.
— Adam Beasley (@AdamHBeasley) March 25, 2014
McKinnie, 34, played in and started 10 games for the Fins last season after being traded. He’s played 12 seasons in the NFL.
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