Miami Dolphins WR rookie Jaylen Waddle puts a move on Chicago Bears Eddie Jackson – .

Miami Dolphins WR rookie Jaylen Waddle puts a move on Chicago Bears Eddie Jackson – .

The Miami Dolphins wrapped up day two of the team’s joint practices with the Chicago Bears, and the message among the beat makers was about as mixed as one might expect from both sides.

There was some good.

And there was trouble.

One thing, however, was crystal clear is that the “limp” reported by Jaylen Waddle did not appear to be a problem. According to those present, Waddle hit a 60-yard touchdown yesterday in practice and followed it for another impressive day.

Fortunately, the Miami Dolphins gave us a little taste of the action from earlier today in Chicago. An appetizer, some would say. And boy, it was as juicy as ever. Here’s visual proof of Jaylen Waddle putting Chicago Bears safety Eddie Jackson through the spin cycle during a practice at Halas Hall earlier today.

(To be fair, Eddie Jackson was only activated recently. I’m not sure how much that would have helped, but it certainly won’t stop me from spreading the JAYLEN WADDLE IS A SUPERSTAR propaganda as much as possible.)

Waddle spoke about how important it is to go out and compete with some of the best in the league yesterday, when asked about the offensive performance.

“I think it was smooth, honestly. We launched our feed. It was good fair to compete, really. It was good to face someone other than our guys. I think it was a good day. Obviously, things can get better. We will try to improve. It was still pretty good. “

The dolphins and bears will meet Sunday at 1 p.m. EST. The game will be broadcast LIVE on NFL Network.

I know it’s the start of camp, but what did you think of Miami Dolphins rookie wide receiver Jaylen Waddle? Do you think he’ll be Miami’s most productive playmaker? How badly should I want it in my fantasy football leagues? Are you excited for Saturday’s game? Let us know in the comments section below!


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