Dolphins Ask Phillip Lindsay to waive immunity after Texans are released

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Phillip Lindsay don’t have to wait too long to find a new home in the NFL. The day after he was released by Houston Texas and subject to exemption, the veteran who is running back has been claimed by Miami Dolphins on Wednesday, His agent Mike McCartney confirmed on social media.

The Dolphins need more talent in their backyard as they are one of the worst teams at running football throughout NFL. Entering Week 12, Miami averaged just 77.4 yards of javelin per game, ranking 31st in the league. Club 3.4 yards per attempt (t-31), 22.5 plunges per game (t-30), 4.4 first plunges per game (30th), and seven rush touches gold all finished in third place in the NFL this season. Given those numbers, it’s not too surprising to see them jump at the chance to bring in a talent like Lindsay.

The 27-year-old signed with the Texan this past season after starting his career with Broncos. In Houston, Lindsay is used sparingly because he appears to get lost in the crowded backyard disturbance that includes himself, David Johnson, Rex Burkhead, and Mark Ingram (now with Saints). Playing just 48% of the time on strike, Linsday dashed for 130 yards and a touchdown, while also catching three of his four goals in 37 yards and another score.

Lindsay now joins Miami Backyard including Myles Gaskin, Salvon Ahmed, and Patrick Laird. Dolphins Ask Phillip Lindsay to waive immunity after Texans are released


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