Miami Dolphins Talk with Chris Fischer
By Brian Miller
The latest Dolphinstalk podcast brings in one of the most popular sports anchors in South Florida as Chris Fischer joins the guys to talk Miami Dolphins football.
On today’s show the guys are joined by Chris Fischer of NBC 6 Miami and The NFL On CBS to talk about the Dolphins offseason. Chris being one of the most popular sports anchors in the South Florida market gives his opinion on Ryan Tannehill, Adam Gase, the Dolphins draft, and so much more.
That’s not all though. On Monday news broke that former Miami Dolphins running back Jay Ajayi is facing a possible lawsuit by a mansion owner in Los Angeles. According to reports, Ajayi hosted several parties shortly after the Super Bowl. DolphinsTalk discusses the runners maturity issues.
According to the lawsuit, Ajay was told by the owner not to throw any parties. When confronted by the owner regarding damages to the property, the lawsuit says that Ajayi physically assaulted him “pushed [him] on [his] chest in a menacing and threatening manner,” according to TMZ.
The lawsuit appears to be for around $25,000. Ajayi was surprisingly traded last season at the trade deadline to the Eagles for a 4th round draft pick. The move sent Dolphins fans into a flurry of angry tweets and posts on social media. It was reported that Ajayi had become confrontational with some of the coaching staff.
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In last years Super Bowl, the now Eagles running back carried the ball nine times for 57 yards as a back-up. He added no pass receptions. There were some reports last year that Ajayi did not like his role with the Eagles. In the Super Bowl the Eagles rode the legs of LeGarrette Blount for 14 carries and 90 yards with one touchdown. The Eagles turned towards Cory Clement in the passing game where he totaled 100 yards receiving and one score.
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