Eagles Making Costly Mistake Not Pursuing Trade for Le'Veon Bell

Doug Mendoza
October 10, 2018

In the midst of a rebuild, keeping a 30-year old running back around doesn't quite fit that plan. They re-structured defensive tackle, Fletcher Cox's deal and freed up roughly $6.5 million for this season and an additional $11.7 million for next year. That fact gave all the more intrigue to reports earlier this month that Bell was planning to report by Week 7, just over a week before that date, which could give the Eagles time to swing a deal. Do you think Ajayi going on IR changes the status of Bell in relations to a trade?

The Boise State product was traded to Philadelphia from Miami midway through the 2018 season.

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Jay Ajayi's lasting memory from the 2018 season will be fumbling inside the five-yard line in a 23-21 loss to the Vikings. Philadelphia could certainly fit the latter part of the bill, and the team was willing to trade a fourth-round pick to the Dolphins previous year for a lesser back in Ajayi.

Not too long after Ajayi was ruled out for the year, Howie Roseman and the Eagles front office got to work on the cap space situation. Not only did they lose the NFC Championship rematch at home, but they also lost their starting running back, Jay Ajayi. Philadelphia is just 2-3 comping off of its Super Bowl-winning campaign. Or will elder statesman Darren Sproles come back soon and usurp everyone?

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