Dolphins trade RB Jay Ajayi to Eagles for fourth-round pick

The Miami Dolphins have traded running back Jay Ajayi to the Philadelphia Eagles for a fourth-round draft pick, it was announced Tuesday.

The NFL’s trade deadline was 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday.

“I think the NCAA has a great opportunity,” Robinson said. “We should be doing a better job of presenting these kids with the opportunity to come to college.

“The NCAA should be that organization that says, ‘We’re your lifelong friend,'” Robinson said. “‘You come here and we will change your view of the world.’ Both parties are better if they come to college, even if it’s just for a year or two.”

And yet, given all of those details, Lindor went into his home run trot, and he was right to: The ball would have been gone if it hadn’t been for Judge. This is how our brain is learning to process batted balls in 2017: Little shortstop hits a great pitch not that far; it’s probably a home run! Thank goodness for fly outs to subvert those expectations.

Judging from the 217 camera shots (so it seemed) in Game 4 of the World Series showing Sen. Ted Cruz in the second row behind home plate, he likes nachos, and Coors Light in the silver bottle.

Good call by Joe Buck on the George Springer homer that broke up the Alex Wood no-hitter and the Game 4 shutout with two out in the bottom of the sixth: “Alex Wood gives up one hit. It was loud, and it went far.”

In that circumstance—season on the line, any shot at the national title on the line—J.T. Barrett’s fourth quarter has to be one of the most clutch quarters any college quarterback has ever played: 13 of 13, 170 yards, three touchdowns, coming back from 11 down with five minutes left. Completing 85 percent for the game in that environment … that’s a wow.canadiens_1419_739e514744fb7c70-180x180

Dolphins WR DeVante Parker believed to have ankle sprain

The Miami Dolphins believe receiver DeVante Parker suffered a sprained right ankle during Sunday’s 16-10 win over the Tennessee Titans, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

Parker left the game in the first quarter with an ankle injury and did not return. Prior to his departure, he had one catch for 6 yards.

Miami’s leading receiver entering Sunday, Parker has 18 receptions for 230 yards and one touchdown in four games.

With Parker sidelined, Jarvis Landry led all Dolphins receivers with five catches for 44 yards and a touchdown against Tennessee.

C.J. Prosise, Seattle Seahawks, ankle, (D), 4:05 p.m. ET: Coach Pete Carroll said last week that he would be shocked if Prosise did not return in Week 5. Known for being eternally the optimist, Carroll may have spoken too soon, as the doubtful tag all but ensures Prosise will miss another week.

Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas Cowboys, chest, 4:25 p.m. ET: Very quietly, Elliott has been on the practice injury report with a chest injury throughout the week. Perhaps since he was a full participant daily, combined with coach Jason Garrett’s lack of concern that the injury was going to limit Elliott in any way, there hasn’t been much worry in Dallas. Elliott’s removal from the pregame injury report confirms he will be healthy enough to play when the Cowboys host the Packers Sunday.

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