The Miami Dolphins made the playoffs in 2022, despite many injuries throughout their roster.
Tua Tagovailoa’s concussion issues caused him to sit out a few games, and he was greatly missed.
Tagovailoa found success early on in the season, with special thanks to Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle, his top two receivers.
Waddle broke the rookie record for receptions in 2021 and had a fantastic season in 2022 as well.
Despite his success, Waddle is determined to have an even better year in 2023, evidenced by his offseason training.
A recent clip of his training was shared by Delfonte Diamond, which highlights Waddle’s speed and athleticism.
Raise the 📈
— Delfonte Diamond (@DelfonteDiamond) June 25, 2023
Just how much can Waddle improve this year, after another impressive season in 2022?
While he took a slight step backward in terms of overall receptions in 2022, Waddle made each catch count last season.
He had 1,356 yards and 8 touchdowns, a success that was found despite sharing the field with Hill.
Both players posted top-10 receiving numbers in 2022, a number that’s likely to continue this year, especially if Tagovailoa stays healthy.
Tagovailoa is trending upwards, as the latest reports have indicated that he’ll be ready to start Week 1 for the Dolphins.
Even with Tagovailoa healthy, and elite performances from both Hill and Waddle, the Dolphins will face an uphill battle this season.
The AFC East has only gotten more difficult throughout the offseason, given the addition of Aaron Rodgers to the New York Jets.
How far can this team go, with the number of obstacles they will face throughout the year?NEXT: Dolphins Defender Gives Injury Update Ahead Of Training Camp