After having a couple of stellar seasons with Peyton Manning on the Denver Broncos, tight end Julius Thomas hasn't been able to find the same success since being with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

It looks like he will get a new change of scenery now, as it's being reported that he has been traded to the Miami Dolphins:
The Miami Dolphins agreed to a trade Monday to acquire Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Julius Thomas for a 2017 seventh-round draft pick, a source told ESPN's Adam Caplan, confirming multiple reports.

The Jaguars acquire Dolphins left tackle Branden Albert for a 2018 seventh-round pick, league sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Thomas signed a five-year, $46 million deal with $24 million guaranteed with the Jaguars back in 2015. He'll have to restructure his contract in Miami.

Thomas only had 76 catches for 736 yards and nine touchdowns total in his two seasons with the Jaguars. Blame can go on quarterback Blake Bortles for his inconsistent play, but Thomas also dealt with injuries.

I guess we'll see how he can mesh with Ryan Tannehill as his new QB.

-- Josh Dhani


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