According to ESPN's Buster Olney, many in the Phillies organization believe that the organization would be better off trading shortstop Jimmy Rollins as soon as possible.
Many recent articles on multiple platforms have written about Rollins not wanting to be traded, and would be unwilling to waive his 10-5 no-trade clause rights to be willing to go to teams such as the Tigers. So, a trade seems pretty unlikely, unless the Phillies can find a suitor that Rollins would be willing to waive to go to.
Besides the Tigers, the Royals and Mets were two teams that had low production from the shortstop position last season. Both of those teams did little to nothing to fix their "issues" at the position. However, the Mets do have Ruben Tejada in line to become the next shortstop.
Rollins is a career .269/.327/.426 three-slash hitter with 425 career stolen bases (96 OPS+).