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Dolphins WR Will Fuller on teaming with Jaylen Waddle: 'It's going to be fun'

In one offseason, the Miami Dolphins got a whole lot faster. Vaunted deep threat Will Fuller signed with the club and the selection of Alabama speedster Jaylen Waddle followed in the 2021 NFL Draft. Though the Dolphins' tandem is sure to garner the most recognition in South Florida, Fuller maintains...
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Jaylen Waddle drops two punts at camp and that is news why?

The Miami Dolphins are hosting OTAs today and Jaylen Waddle is working on his punt return prowess but apparently, that is news. Several members of the local media have reported that Jaylen Waddle is returning punts in practice and that he has two drops so far. Wouldn’t that be muffed and not dropped? No matter how you want to classify it, Waddle mishandled two punts and that has led to some fun Twitter comments.
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Miami Dolphins: What type of year-one impact can Jaylen Waddle make?

Miami Dolphins fans have high hopes for Jaylen Waddle, but what type of year-one impact with the speedy receiver really have?. The Miami Dolphins missed the playoffs in 2020, and their lack of explosive playmakers on offense was one of the main culprits. Against some of the better AFC offenses, the Dolphins came up short time and time again. The Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs both bested Miami using some high-octane attacks that the Dolphins could not match up with successfully.
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Miami Dolphins Rumors On Who Will Return Kicks In 2021 NFL Season | Jaylen Waddle vs. Jevon Holland

The Dolphins kick return competition is getting very interesting heading into training camp. There is uncertainty as to whether or not Miami will bring back lead return man Jakeem Grant. If he is not brought back, the spot is then wide open for a new face, like Jaylen Waddle or Javen Holland to take the place. Both have plenty of experience returning kicks and punts, but which will rise to the top and take those reps for the Dolphins? Chat Sports host Tom Downey voices his opinion on the kick return battle in this episode of Dolphins Today!
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Jaylen Waddle Already Impressing Teammates at Dolphins OTAs

The Miami Dolphins put together quite the receiving core this offseason to help second-year quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. And those offseason moves culminated in the selection of his former college teammate Jaylen Waddle with the No. 6 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. While injuries prevented Waddle from having much of...
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Miami Dolphins will entertain the thought of Jaylen Waddle returning kicks

Jaylen Waddle is electric and the Miami Dolphins have a stellar wide receiver prospect but is playing him on special teams worth it?. When Waddle touches the football, he can be deadly. He is so quick off the catch that he can make defenders miss with his speed alone and his cutting ability doesn’t hurt but now there is talk that Waddle could be used in the return game.
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Dynasty Fantasy Football Tiers 2021 post-draft update: Room for growth for Jaylen Waddle and DeVonta Smith

Things could not have gone much better for Ja'Marr Chase in the 2021 NFL Draft. Already an elite wide receiver prospect, he landed in a pass-heavy offense, with targets available, and his college quarterback throwing passes. While I had initially projected Chase to land in Tier 3 of my Dynasty Wide Receiver Tiers once he entered the NFL, with this perfect storm of circumstances he actually snuck into the back end of Tier 2.
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Madden 22 Rookie Ratings Predictions Arrive From Jaylen Waddle, Penei Sewell, and More

The Madden 22 cover has yet to be revealed, and a release date is still to be announced. However, the upcoming class of rookies from the 2021 NFL Draft is already looking ahead to how they’ll start the game ratings-wise. That’ll be up to the ratings adjustors to decide ahead of the rookies even stepping foot on the field. In a new video recently released online, several of the game’s newest draft picks gave their thoughts on how they’ll be rated at launch.
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In the Red Corner: Jaylen Waddle, In the Blue Corner: DeVonta Smith

The following contrived dichotomy (scheduled for one fall?) is to determine which of these two players we should be drafting to our fantasy football dynasty teams, all else being equal. Introducing first, in the RED CORNER: hailing from the University of Alabama, standing 5-9, and weighing in at 180-pounds: JAYLEN...