History seems to be repeating itself for the Miami Dolphins.
After years together at Alabama, quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and receiver Jaylen Waddle are reunited at the professional level after the Dolphins selected Waddle No. 6 overall in the 2021 NFL Draft.
With most members of the roster participating in organized team activities this week, the team’s social media staff used the time to give fans a glimpse of the work being put on behind the scenes.
It is safe to say that the team saved the best for last, a pass from Tagovailoa that ended Waddle’s hands, after snatching the ball out of the air while toe-tapping on the sideline.
The 2020 season proved that the team needed more weapons on offense in order to see their franchise quarterback’s true potential. General Manager Chris Grier brought in Waddle, along with Will Fuller, adding a new dimension of speed to the offense.
The battle between roster spots ar receiver will be intense throughout training camp and the preseason.
With Waddle, Fuller, DeVante Parker, Preston Williams, Lynn Bowden Jr., Albert Wilson, Mack Hollins, Malcolm Perry, Allen Hurns, Jakeem Grant, Robert Foster and Kirk Merritt under contract, the team will have to make some tough decisions about who will remain on the team in 2021.