New Browns WR Davone Bess is second in the NFL in third-down receptions over the last five seasons.
Browns acquired WR Davone Bess from the Dolphins in exchange for a swap of mid-round draft picks.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Browns and Dolphins are still "haggling over mid-round picks" in the potential Davone Bess trade.
The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins are asking for a fourth- or fifth-round pick in exchange for Davone Bess.
Sources tell Draft Insider Tony Pauline there's a "99.9 percent" chance Davone Bess is traded to the Browns for "mid-round picks."
The Chicago Sun-Times reports the Browns are "seriously considering" a trade for Davone Bess, and are one of "several teams in the mix."
The Miami Herald confirms Davone Bess "could be traded" if the Dolphins acquire a slot receiver in the draft.
The Palm Beach Post considers Davone Bess the Dolphins' No. 1 veteran in danger of being cut.
Dolphins coach Joe Philbin indicated that Davone Bess will be competing for a roster spot in training camp.
According to the Miami Herald's Armando Salguero, Davone Bess' roster spot isn't in immediate danger.
The Miami Herald considers Davone Bess' roster spot "at risk" after the additions of Mike Wallace and Brandon Gibson.
The Miami Herald reports Davone Bess' status with the Dolphins remains "unchanged" despite Friday's signing of Brandon Gibson.
The Palm Beach Post suggests Davone Bess may not be a part of the Dolphins' 2013 plans due to "friction" over his late-season back injury.
The Palm Beach Post reports Davone Bess is fully recovered from the back injury that held him out of Miami's final three games, but that the Dolphins "weren’t thrilled" it caused him to miss so much time.