Miami Dolphins: DE Adewale Ogunleye might be on his way out of Miami after all. Agent Drew Rosenhaus said Sunday he believes Chicago is planning to make a trade offer to the Dolphins for his client the week before the start of the NFL draft on Saturday. ''That's what I have heard from the Bears and I think this could come down to a draft-day situation,'' Rosenhaus told the Miami Herald. "I've told [Ogunleye] there is a chance he could get traded and we'll be working to make something happen.'' However, several Bears sources have said repeatedly that they will not give up their first-round pick, No. 14 overall, as part of a deal. The most the Bears seem willing to offer is their second-round pick, journeyman offensive lineman Aaron Gibson and a conditional pick in 2005.
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