The news of the Ajayi trade broke on Tuesday morning, just a few hours ahead of the NFL's Tuesday trade deadline. Even with the loss of Jason Peters, the Eagles offensive line still holds their own, giving holes big enough for LeGarrette Blount.
But this season, Ajayi, a native of London, has managed just 465 yards on 138 rushes and no TDs.
The Dolphins have struggled on offense all season long, ranking dead last in both total yards (252.4 yards per game) and scoring (13.1 points per game).
According to Armando Salguero, the Eagles are sending a fourth-round pick for the running back, who had three games of 200 yards rushing or more during the 2016 season.
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He was born to Cypriot- and Greek-born parents and checked with both embassies to ensure he wasn't a citizen of those countries. A no-confidence vote would require all independent and crossbench lawmakers to turn against the government.
We're guessing the timing wasn't a coincidence. "That's on the running back".
In 2016, Ajayi earned a Pro Bowl berth after finishing fourth in the National Football League with 1,272 rushing yards, marking the third-highest single-season total in Dolphins' history. He is signed through the 2018 season, so he has one year left on his deal.
The Dolphins likely will turn to second-year running back Kenyan Drake as their starter.
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