Dolphins Wide Receiver Full Participant In Thursday Practice

The Miami Dolphins made a huge splash in the off-season to acquire Tyreek Hill in order to help young QB Tua Tagovailoa take the next step in his promising development, and bringing Hill in will hopefully further help the rise of star wide receiver Jaylen Waddle. Waddle set the rookie record for receptions in 2021, and with the pair together, Miami are hoping this offence can become an elite one in 2022 along with Mike Giesicki, and if healthy, there's a very good chance of that happening.

Unfortunately, Waddle, the former Alabama star has been dealing with a quad injury thus far in training camp, and there were some early fears that he could miss time. As of Thursday however, Waddle was a full participant in practice, and is trending towards playing in the divisional, Week 1 matchup against the New England Patriots on Sunday. 

Waddle grabbed 104 catches in 2021, along with 1,015 yards and 6 Touchdown's, and now that opposing teams have Cheetah to deal with, it's going to become much easier for Jaylen, and if Tua can progress, this will be a team to watch in 2022. 

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