Published: Tue, October 09, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Eagles rumors: Philly not planning to pursue a Le’Veon Bell trade

Eagles rumors: Philly not planning to pursue a Le’Veon Bell trade

The deal, which was completed before Ajayi's injury, created $6.5 million in cap space this season and $11.7 million more next year for Philadelphia.

It's dot-connecting season in the NFL.

Jay Ajayi's season-ending injury means that the Philadelphia Eagles could be in the market for a running back.

The Eagles now have just over $4.3 million in cap space.

After spending the first two seasons of his career with the Miami Dolphins, Ajayi was acquired by the Eagles in late-October of last season and was a part of their Super Bowl-winning team.

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Ajayi was reportedly injured in the Eagles' 23-21 loss to the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.

The former Boise State star is out for the season with a torn ACL, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. The only tie-breaker I can point out is one from CBS, which notes that Smallwood has gotten more work in the red zone and that Clement hasn't played in a couple of weeks. Or, of course, they could try to pursue trades for other, cheaper running backs or simply sign an existing free agent.

The Philadelphia Eagles want that old thing back. Players at that position now without a contract include Mike Gillislee, Orleans Darkwa, Terrance West and Christine Michael.

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