Now that the Dolphins have said hello to Mike Wallace, they may be saying goodbye to Davone Bess.
Several reports claim that Miami officials are attempting to trade the wide receiver before the start of Thursday night's NFL Draft.
The Chicago Sun-Times was the first to report that several teams had been talking with the Dolphins about Bess. Considered to be an above-average slot receiver, Bess caught 61 passes for 778 yards during the 2012 season.
According to the reports, Cleveland appears to be a team with the most interest in making a deal for Bess who is scheduled to be paid $2.6 million next season.
With the Dolphins having signed Wallace to a massive deal in free agency as well as resigning Brian Hartline and bringing in Brandon Gibson, the opportunities for Bess may be smaller than what he's found in seasons past.