The struggling Miami Dolphins reportedly have running back Kenyan Drake on the trading block as the NFL deadline approaches. According to a report from NFL insider Ian Rappoport, the Dolphins are open to trade talks regarding the former third-round pick out of Alabama.
“The Dolphins have had trade conversations with teams centered around RB Kenyan Drake, and the team has indicated they would trade him if the right offer presented itself,” Rappoport said, citing an unnamed source. “Drake, who has had no extension talks with Miami since camp, would welcome a new opportunity.”
Drake has 290 yards from scrimmage in five games this seasons for a winless Dolphins franchise. Drake has 3,182 total yards in his four-year NFL career and 16 touchdowns.