The Miami Dolphins reportedly have options to make major changes in their roster.

Indeed, the Dolphins have an array of veterans in their current roster. And now that other NFL teams are looking to add some talented players in their team, Miami appears to be taking advantages of the situation.

Barry Jackson and Adam Beasley of The Miami Herald just confirmed that Miami Dolphins are currently searching for the right suitors in order to trade several veteran players. The list includes WR Kenny Stills, S Reshad Jones, LB Kiko Alonso. However, one high ranking official told the Herald that the said search for trade partners for Alonso and Stills would be quite difficult because “teams would wait for them to be cut.”

Given the scenario, the Dolphins have quite a few options on the table. From the look of how things are going, the team are apparently trying to use their remaining buffer between now and the cut deadline in the hopes of making the best suitors devise good trade offers.

Offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil was also reportedly involved in trade rumors recently. However, Miami reportedly turned down the offers.

Reports claimed that several teams have inquired about Tunsil after anticipating that the Dolphins are willing to trade established veteran players for draft picks. The team has fielded those calls but in Tunsil’s case, Dolphins haven’t acted on them to this point.

Tunsil’s trade rumors were fueled by social media buzz about the offensive tackle being regarded as “trade bait” for other teams. But it was recently shut down by the Dolphins as the team reportedly had a private talk with Tunsil regarding the matter.

According to reports, Miami told Tunsil that he’s not being dangled as trade bait or anything else similar to that.

Miami selected Tunsil with the 13th overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft. Since then, he has developed into a more significant player for the team.

In fact, Tunsil has been recognized as one who could be a centerpiece of their rebuilding efforts. Moreso, he is currently under contract for a very affordable $2.1 million this year, and the Dolphins can keep him for the fifth-year option salary of $10.3 million next year.

A few days ago, Dolphins  came to terms with 26-year-old wide receiver Jakeem Grant. Despite missing the last six games of the 2018 season following a calf injury, Grant is now fully recovered and will remain in Miami until 2023.

Miami Dolphins The Miami Dolphins released quarterback Byron Maxwell and signed David Fales instead of Colin Kaepernick, which caused commotion on Twitter. The Dolphins are pictured on Sept.18, 2016 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. Photo: Getty Images