Eagles have reached out to Bills about LeSean McCoy trade

Aubrey Yates
October 9, 2018

Philadelphia could certainly fit the latter part of the bill, and the team was willing to trade a fourth-round pick to the Dolphins a year ago for a lesser back in Ajayi.

The Steelers could potentially have an in-state trade partner for Le'Veon Bell. In fact, the $11.7 million cap savings for next season would also suggest said target might be on a long-term deal.

ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Monday evening that the Eagles restructured the contract of Pro-Bowl defensive tackle Fletcher Cox. Furthermore, Darren Sproles has missed the last four games with a hamstring injury and Corey Clement, who is expected to play this week, missed the last two games with a quad injury. Ajayi criticized the Eagles' playcalling against Minnesota following Sunday's loss, upset over Philadelphia's 17 carries compared to 35 passing attempts.

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Adding either Johnson or Bell would take a serious hit to the Eagles payroll this year and beyond.

As for the 2-3 Bills, you'd think they would be eager to trade the 30-year-old running back. It indicates that they are most likely making a move for a running back.

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