Chiefs trade DeAndre Washington to Dolphins

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The Chiefs signed running back DeAndre Washington in free agency this year, but they’ve decided they don’t need any more running backs.

The Dolphins are trading a draft pick to the Chiefs for Washington, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

The specific terms of the trade have not been announced, but it’s likely to involve a swap of Day Three picks.

Washington has just three carries for five yards and one catch for two yards this season. He has also returned five kickoffs for 86 yards. Washington initially entered the league as a fifth-round pick of the Raiders in 2016. In 2019 he totaled 679 yards from scrimmage.

6 responses to “Chiefs trade DeAndre Washington to Dolphins

  1. Ford is most likely a better player than Washington

    That’s what they did – – stupid

  2. Flores has neglected the running game for almost 2 years now. Should have drafted Swift or Dobbins. Traded away their best back last year (Drake) and signed Brieda and Jordan Howard (and his 0.8 ypc average this year). And I will say it again, they will be drafting a qB again next year. Tua is going to be a bust.. Mariota 2.0

  3. PFTSelectiveCensorship says:
    November 3, 2020 at 5:07 pm
    Flores has neglected the running game for almost 2 years now. Should have drafted Swift or Dobbins. Traded away their best back last year (Drake) and signed Brieda and Jordan Howard (and his 0.8 ypc average this year). And I will say it again, they will be drafting a qB again next year. Tua is going to be a bust.. Mariota 2.0

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    Not a phins fan but man that’s kinda harsh considering the kid has only had one start. And a game where Arron Donald is trying to rip your head off not bad at all. I’ve seen enough of the other QB’s in the afc east to say that he is already the best in that division.

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