According to NFL Insider Rand Getlin, the New Orleans Saints could soon acquire a pass rusher. Per Getlin, the Miami Dolphins could be dealing defensive end Chris McCain to the the team, but the compensation is unknown.
McCain, who went undrafted in 2014 out of California, has 18 games played in the NFL. According to reports, McCain was moved from being a pass rusher to linebacker, which didn’t suit him. When he was moved back in June, McCain told the Miami Herald, “Real happy; this fills my skill sets better,” he said. “No thinking. Just running, doing what I like to do.”
This wouldn’t come as a total shock, as the two clubs are familiar trade partners, and assistant head coach Dan Campbell is also familiar with the third-year player.
According to McCain's personal Twitter and multiple reports, it's happening.