Tyreek Hill eager to work out with Jaylen Waddle, and challenge him to a race

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New Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill says he and Jaylen Waddle can make each other better in Miami. But first Hill wants to establish who’s faster.

Hill said he sent a direct message to Waddle shortly after finding out they’d be teammates, and the two of them plan to work out together.

“We’re going to get a few workouts in. Maybe even a race,” Hill said. “Wherever I go, the cheetah has always got to prove he’s the fastest on the team. I mean that.”

Hill said that he’s impressed with what he’s seen of Waddle, who caught 104 passes for 1,015 yards and six touchdowns as a rookie last season.

“He’s a furious competitor just like I am,” Hill said. “Young guy who wants to compete, who loves the game, who just wants to get better. I’m excited to be part of that, and that’s going to fuel me to be better.”

20 responses to “Tyreek Hill eager to work out with Jaylen Waddle, and challenge him to a race

  1. A race, at recess, by the big oak tree. Good idea. “Ahhhhhhh, my hamstring!!!”

  2. Gonna be a tough choice as to which guy you want to try and double cover. Can’t cover them both.

  3. I wish Greer had brought Jakeem Grant back when he was released by the Bears. Just imagine Hill, Grant and Waddle. Now I would to love to see that race. But yeah; when you join a new team, you should not take any chances at getting an injury. Maybe Miami can find another speedster in the undrafted pile heap to return kicks and punts.

  4. A race usually is never a great idea for these wideouts and teammates.

  5. Having speed at the WR position is great if you have a QB who has a strong arm and is tall enough to see downfield.

  6. “We’re going to get a few workouts in. Maybe even a race,” Hill said.
    ++++++
    Maybe they should do it on motorcycles.

  7. Two uber fast WRs, lucky they have a QB with a gun of an arm who can throw the deep ball.

  8. Well all these Tua haters better get ready to eat crow. The O line upgrade and an actual O line coach will make a world of difference in Miami. Fins up!

  9. My money is on Waddle – didn’t Tyreke just lose a race with both Micah Parsons and Nick Chubb?

  10. Hill wasn’t even the fastest player on his old team. See Mecole Hardman…has been clocked as low as 4.23. Hill’s best recorded time was 4.29.

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