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Dolphins' Kenyan Drake trying to get ball back from Miami Miracle

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Alex Butler
Miami Dolphins running back Kenyan Drake (32) provided the play of the game against the New England Patriots on Sunday in Miami. Photo by Matthew Healey/UPI
Miami Dolphins running back Kenyan Drake (32) provided the play of the game against the New England Patriots on Sunday in Miami. Photo by Matthew Healey/UPI | License Photo

Dec. 11 (UPI) -- Kenyan Drake threw the ball up into the stands following his game-winning touchdown against the New England Patriots and now he wants it back.

The Miami Dolphins running back posted a Twitter video on Monday, requesting that fans get the ball back to him from the Miami Miracle.

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"Yesterday was one of the most amazing moments of my life and I was glad to share it with all of you guys, Miami fans, NFL fans," Drake said. "But I have a PSA. I threw the ball in the stands and I would love to have it back."

He offered fans cleats, his jersey, gloves and tickets in exchange for the football, which he brought to the end zone during a 52-yard score for a victory on Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium.

Drake capped off one of the most exciting plays of the season during the run. The Dolphins had just seven seconds remaining on the clock and trailed the AFC East power by five points. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill dropped back and threw a pass to Kenny Stills, who tossed the ball to Devante Parker.

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Parker then found Drake on the right flank and now the rest is history.

Drake burnt the entire Patriots defense before plunging into pay dirt and tossing the football into oblivion.

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