Booker Traded
RB Lorenzo Booker
RB Lorenzo Booker
Associate Editor
Posted Apr 26, 2008

The Dolphins made their second trade in two days on Saturday, this time dealing running back Lorenzo Booker to Philadelphia for a fourth-round pick.

Booker was traded for the second of the Eagles' two fourth-round picks, the 115th overall, the 16th in the round.

The Dolphins earlier had traded their own fourth-round pick, the 100th overall, to Dallas in return for tight end Anthony Fasano and linebacker Akin Ayodele.

Booker was a third-round pick of the Dolphins last year and was kept inactive for the first seven games before Cam Cameron finally gave him a shot. When he did get his chance, Booker showed good playmaking ability out of the backfield, which makes this trade a tad surprising.

Then again, Bill Parcells is known as a guy who likes physical players, and Lorenzo Booker is a guy who relies on finesse.

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