Eagles trade for Miami running back Jay Ajayi

Esther Moore
November 1, 2017

According to ESPN, which first reported the trade, Ajayi fills the Eagles need for a third-down back to replace Darren Sproles, who is out for the season.

The Eagles acquired Pro Bowl running back Jay Ajayi from the Miami Dolphins on Tuesday, making a major splash on the day of the National Football League trade deadline. It was speculated that the Eagles would be aggressive as the trade deadline approaches, but no one expected them to trade for Ajayi.

Ajayi, 24, rushed for 1,272 yards and averaged 4.9 yards per carry last season.

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Instead, Miami's offense has been bad this season, and the Dolphins are changing their approach.

He is signed through 2018 on a four-year, $2.5 million contract. The deadline is not until 4 p.m. today. "I have been smiling ear to ear since the news broke", said Ike Reese, former Eagles linebacker and the drive-time host on SportsRadio WIP in Philadelphia. "That's on the running back". Nevertheless, the team likely expects Ajayi to be their lead carrier going forward - it's just a question of whether or not that's something he's capable of doing. This season, Ajayi has gotten a slow start with 465 yards and zero touchdowns. We could see a timeshare here, but Drake appears in line for touches in the run game, while Williams, who has eight catches for 50 yards in 2017, could factor into the passing game. In Philadelphia, Ajayi won't have to be the entire offense, as playing with an MVP caliber quarterback in Carson Wentz will let him adjust to his surroundings while still making a few big plays each game.

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