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Dolphins Locker Room Would "Revolt" If 1 Player Is Traded

A Miami Dolphins helmet sitting on the field.

MINNEAPOLIS, MN - AUGUST 31: The helmet of Jakeem Grant #19 of the Miami Dolphins is seen as he takes a knee during warmups before the preseason game against the Minnesota Vikings on August 31, 2017 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images)

Houston Texans star Jadeveon Clowney wants out and several NFL teams are interested - including the Miami Dolphins.

According to multiple reports, the Dolphins are the front-runner to land the star pass rusher. Clowney has not signed his franchise tender, and reportedly wants out of Houston after learning of the organization's desire to trade him.

While Miami remains the most-likely landing spot for Clowney, several Dolphins players said they would "revolt" if one specific player is traded.

That player is Laremy Tunsil.

According to the Miami Herald, players on the team want to keep the former top pick.

Should Laremy Tunsil be included in a trade for Jadeveon Clowney?

Absolutely not, according to Dolphins players who “would revolt” if the Dolphins ship out one of their best and most-liked players on the eve of the regular season, a well-placed source tells the Miami Herald.

Tunsil fell in the 2016 NFL draft, but found a home with the Dolphins. In his three NFL season, the former Ole Miss star started nearly every game for the team at guard and tackle.

He's been a stalwart on the offensive line since entering the league. Now he could be on the move.

Stay tuned for the latest on a potential trade.