Jaylen Waddle

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180 lbs
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Jaylen Waddle OUT for Week 17 Vs Baltimore
5 months ago

Jaylen Waddle has been ruled OUT for Week 17 against the Baltimore Ravens after suffering a high-ankle sprain in Week 16.

After suffering a high-ankle sprain in the Miami Dolphins’ last-second win against the Dallas Cowboys, wide receiver Jaylen Waddle has been ruled out for Week 17 as the Dolphins face the Baltimore Ravens.

Waddle is the PPR WR24 for the season, firmly planting him as a WR2 in fantasy and real life. His absence may be hard to make up, but Cedrick Wilson and Braxton Berrios could act as emergency fill-ins in deeper leagues. They rank #3 and #4, respectively, in targets for the Dolphins this season, with Wilson barely edging Berrios out, and with that production being more recent.

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Tyreek Hill Won’t Face Discipline by the NFL
8 months ago

The NFL will not take any action against Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill, for an off-field incident at a Florida marina.

After the NFL reviewed Tyreek Hill’s off-field incident, the league has come to the conclusion that there is no need to discipline the talented wide receiver. Over the Summer, Hill was involved in an altercation at a marina in Miami. The altercation was with a charter company employee. Hill settled with the individual in July, and there were no charges filed after the Miami Police Department concluded their investigation.


Now that Hill has been cleared, fantasy managers can exhale with a sigh of relief that they will have their first-round pick all season long. Although the NFL was investigating Hill’s incident, the veteran’s ADP has been pretty steady in the first round, as the third wide receiver off the board. For the season look for Hill, to continue being one of the main pieces of the Dolphins’  high-octane offense. In Hill’s first season with the Dolphins last year, he lit up the NFL to the tune of  119 receptions for 1,710 yards and seven touchdowns. That production should continue this season, and if you have the opportunity of stacking Hill with Tua Tagovailoa on your fantasy teams, get ready to feel double the pleasure and double the fun.