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Jeremy Lane could be younger, cheaper cornerback option for Dolphins

Miami Dolphins tight end Jordan Cameron (84) gets upended by Seattle Seahawks cornerback Jeremy Lane (20) on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016 at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, Wash. (Jim Rassol/Sun Sentinel/TNS)

The short-lived Joe Haden sweepstakes left the Miami Dolphins empty handed, but if the team is still in the market for a cornerback, another option may be available.

The Seattle Seahawks are gauging the trade market for several players, including 27-year-old cornerback Jeremy Lane, according to the NFL Network.

#Seahawks continue to actively gauge trade values, with talks involving CB Jeremy Lane, RB Alex Collins & WR Jermaine Kearse, sources say.

— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 31, 2017

While trading for Lane may prove too costly for a team with a respectable in-house option at the position in Byron Maxwell, if the Seahawks were to release Lane, he may be worth Miami’s consideration.

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Lane is two years younger than Maxwell, 29, and has impressed his current team in the preseason. Early on in training camp, Seattle coach Pete Carroll praised Lane’s offseason preparation, complementing his conditioning and strength.

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Source:: Palm Beach Post