Davie, FL (Sports Network) - The Miami Dolphins finally completed the deal that has been in the works for months, sending a fifth-round draft pick to the Kansas City Chiefs for quarterback Trent Green. The Miami Herald reported Tuesday that the deal was done, and that the fifth- round pick that the Dolphins dealt in exchange for Green could become a fourth-round pick if Green meets certain incentives. Green, who will be 37 at the start of the 2007 season, will likely be the de facto starter when the Dolphins enter training camp, signaling an end to the brief Daunte Culpepper era in Miami. Green suffered a severe concussion in the 2007 season opener, a hit that kept him on the sidelines for half of the season. He completed 121 of 198 passes in eight games last season for 1,342 yards with seven touchdowns and nine interceptions. This will be the fifth team for the journeyman QB, who also played under current Dolphins head coach Cam Cameron when both were with the Washington Redskins in the late 1990s. In 2005, Greens last full season, he completed 317 of 507 passes for 4,014 yards, with 17 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. Green tossed for at least 4,000 yards in three straight seasons before last season, and had topped 3,600 yards in five straight campaigns. He has 26,963 passing yards, 157 touchdowns, and 101 interceptions in his 13-year career, which also includes stints for the San Diego Chargers and the St. Louis Rams.