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Miami Dolphins defensive rear Minkah Fitzpatrick has been traded to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The deal for security Fitzpatrick, 22, has been supported on Monday night and the Dolphins will receive a first-round draft selection for 2020 along with the teams may swap picks.
Asked and was given permission to find a transaction before enjoying safety for Miami in Sunday’s 43-0 loss to New England Patriots.
The rebuilding Dolphins, with two losses from two, who have purged their roster to draft picks, now have three choices in 2020 – but have been outscored.
Six touchdown passes and have allowed 640 metres through the atmosphere and therefore are reeling from the loss of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
Fitzpatrick – whose first career interception was off Tom Brady – was the 11th overall selection from the 2018 draft, but became frustrated after Brian Flores took over as Miami coach this season.
His mother Melissa complained on Twitter he was asked to play out of place After the Dolphins put Fitzpatrick at safety during training camp.
When Fitzpatrick struggled, the problem worsened after having a loss to the Baltimore Ravens along with also the Dolphins tied a team record by enabling six touchdown passes from the most significant defeat in business history.

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