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Jan 8, 2023 5 44 15 0 4
Jan 1, 2023 3 52 23 0 5
Dec 25, 2022 5 143 84 1 20
Dec 17, 2022 3 114 67 1 17
Dec 11, 2022 2 31 19 0 3

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2022 75 1356 18.08 8 26 8.67 17710.4
2021 104 1015 9.76 6 3 1.50 1418.8
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Fantasy News

  • Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle: Banged up in defeat

    Waddle caught three of seven targets for 44 yards in Sunday's 34-31 loss to the Bills in the wild-card round. He also rushed once for eight yards. Waddle dropped what would've been a long gain on Miami's first throw of the game. He later picked up a shoulder injury while failing to make a contested catch, but Waddle played on during the second half, when he nearly scored with his lone rushing attempt. Although it wasn't Waddle's most productive day, his second season was still a big success, as he finished with 75 catches on 117 targets for 1,356 yards and eight touchdowns despite Tyreek Hill joining him in Miami's receiving corps. Looking ahead to the 2023 campaign, Waddle and Hill should again be one of the league's best wideout duos, and Tua Tagovailoa (concussion) is expected to return as the Dolphins' starting quarterback.
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  • Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle: Returns to Sunday's game

    Waddle (shoulder) has returned to Sunday's playoff game against the Bills, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. Waddle was forced out of the game due to a shoulder injury but was subsequently able to return to the field. Prior to his exit, the Dolphins' starting wideout had yet to catch a pass in the contest.
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  • Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle: Questionable to return

    Waddle is questionable to return to Sunday's wild-card matchup against Buffalo due to a shoulder injury. Waddle was shaken up following a deep pass that was broken up by Tre'Davious White. The star wideout immediately went to the medical tent after the play and was quickly ruled questionable to return. Waddle dropped his lone target before leaving the contest.
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  • Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle: All clear for playoff debut

    Waddle (ankle) doesn't carry an injury designation into Sunday's road playoff game against the Bills. Waddle practiced fully Friday and will make his postseason debut. The 24-year-old wide receiver will be catching passes from rookie seventh-round pick Skylar Thompson in the wild-card round, as Tua Tagovailoa (concussion) has been ruled out and Teddy Bridgewater (finger/knee) will dress in a backup role, if he suits up at all. Waddle could also be called upon to return kicks with Raheem Mostert (thumb) unavailable.
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  • Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle: Another limited practice

    Waddle (ankle) remained limited at practice Thursday, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. In the wake of back-to-back limited practice listings, Waddle probably will need to work fully Friday in order to approach Sunday's playoff game against the Bills minus an injury designation. That said, earlier this week, coach Mike McDaniel indicated that he would be "very surprised" if Waddle didn't play this weekend, per Adam H. Beasley of ProFootballNetwork.com.
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  • Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle: Limited by ankle issue

    Waddle (ankle) was a limited participant at practice Wednesday, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. Per Adam H. Beasley of ProFootballNetwork.com, head coach Mike McDaniel said earlier this week that he would be "very surprised" if Waddle is unable to play in Sunday's wild-card game against the Bills. That said, the wideout will likely need to return to a full practice by Friday in order to avoid approaching the contest with an injury designation.
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  • Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle: Dealing with minor ankle issue

    Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel said Monday that he'd "be very surprised" if Waddle (ankle) is unable to play Sunday against the Bills, Adam H. Beasley of ProFootballNetwork.com reports. Waddle finished Sunday's regular-season finale with five receptions for 44 yards, but he appears to have picked up an ankle injury as well. He played 75 percent of Miami's offensive snaps during the win over the Jets, which is right around his season average, so it doesn't appear like the injury limited him Week 18 or will impact his availability for the wild-card round. However, more clarity on Waddle's status may become available when the Dolphins release their next injury report, which won't come until Wednesday.
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  • Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle: Bust Alert (Start/Sit)

    Waddle without Tua Tagovailoa (concussion) is tough to trust, and Teddy Bridgewater (finger) could also be out. In four games this season where Tagovailoa was either out or didn't finish and the game was still in contention, Waddle scored eight PPR points or less, including last week at New England. One of those games was against the Jets in Week 5 with Skylar Thompson, and Waddle finished with three catches for 23 yards on four targets. The Jets are tough in the secondary, and Waddle should be considered a No. 3 Fantasy receiver this week in the majority of leagues.
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  • Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle: Good to go for Week 18

    Waddle (shoulder) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Jets, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. After opening Week 18 prep with a pair of limited practices, Waddle was a full participant in Friday's session, putting to rest any concern about his status for the regular-season finale. As the Dolphins aim to secure a playoff spot Sunday, Waddle will be working with third-string quarterback Skylar Thompson, whom head coach Mike McDaniel named the team's Week 18 starter with Tua Tagovailoa (concussion) ruled out and with Teddy Bridgewater (finger/knee) listed as questionable and expected to be available only in a backup capacity. In Thompson's lone other start Week 6 against the Vikings, Waddle finished with six catches for 129 yards on 10 targets.
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  • Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle: Stays limited in practice

    Waddle (shoulder) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Though Waddle's reps have been capped both of the past two days, the health of his shoulder is a lesser concern for his Week 18 fantasy prospects than the state of the Miami quarterback room. Head coach Mike McDaniel has all but ruled out Tua Tagovailoa (concussion) for a second straight game, while top backup Teddy Bridgewater (knee) has been limited in practice the past two days while battling a dislocated finger on his throwing hand. Bridgewater appeared to be doing more work Thursday than he did Wednesday, but rookie seventh-rounder Skylar Thompson could be trending toward his second career start at this stage of the week. The Dolphins' final Week 18 practice Friday should provide more clarity on the status of Waddle heading into the weekend, as well as Miami's plans at quarterback.
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  • Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle: Limited with shoulder injury

    Waddle was a limited practice participant Wednesday due to a shoulder injury, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. Waddle played through a shoulder injury in October without missing any games, and he'll likely do the same this weekend against the Jets as the Dolphins fight for the final wild-card spot in the AFC. Skylar Thompson took the first team-reps at quarterback during practice Wednesday with Tua Tagovailoa (concussion) unavailable and with Teddy Bridgewater limited due to a dislocated finger. Thompson looks to be trending toward the Week 18 start at this stage, which would likely be a more negative development to Waddle's fantasy prospects than if Bridgewater were to receive the start.
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  • Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle: Held to 52 yards by New England

    Waddle secured three of five targets for 52 yards during Sunday's 23-21 loss to the Patriots. Waddle was held in check both by a conservative gameplan and Teddy Bridgewater (finger) being replaced by Skylar Thompson in the third quarter with Tua Tagovailoa (concussion) already inactive, but it was nonetheless surprising to see him draw less targets than all of Raheem Mostert, Jeff Wilson and Trent Sherfield, not to mention Tyreek Hill. The Dolphins will work to get healthier in time for Week 18's matchup against the Jets, but it's possible Waddle could again be catching passes from Thompson during the regular-season finale.
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  • Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle: Lights it up against Packers

    Waddle caught five of six targets for 143 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 26-20 loss to Green Bay. Most of his production came in the first half, including an 84-yard TD in the first quarter, but Miami's offense imploded in the second half. Waddle has posted back-to-back 100-yard performances, giving him six on the season, and the second-year wideout has already established new career highs in receiving yards (1,260) and touchdowns (8) heading into a Week 17 clash with the Patriots.
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  • Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle: Team-high yardage total

    Waddle secured three of seven targets for 114 yards and a touchdown in the Dolphins' 32-29 loss to the Bills on Saturday night. Waddle's game-high receiving yardage total was his best since Week 8, while his trip to the end zone, which came on a 67-yard grab in which he got wide open in the middle of the field and capped off the Dolphins' first second-half drive, was his first touchdown since Week 10. Waddle did subsequently exit the game briefly with a forearm injury but was able to return. The third-year wideout still hasn't logged more than five catches since Week 8, however, a matter he'll look to rectify in a key Week 16 Christmas Day battle at home against the Packers.
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  • Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle: Good to go Sunday

    Waddle (fibula) doesn't carry an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Chargers, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Waddle logged a limited session Wednesday, but consecutive full practices Thursday and Friday were enough for the wideout to gain clearance for the Week 14 game. Perhaps due to the injury, Waddle handled an abnormally low 52 percent snap share in the Dolphins' Week 13 loss to the 49ers. Expect his snap count to pick up Sunday, making him a strong bounce-back candidate this week if he incurs no in-game setbacks with his leg.
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  • Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle: Logs full practice

    Waddle (fibula) returned to a full practice Thursday, Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.com reports. Waddle was limited Wednesday, but the wideout's return to a full session Thursday puts him on track to be available Sunday night against the Chargers. Meanwhile, Tyreek Hill missed Thursday's practice due to an illness, so it remains to be seen if the Dolphins will have both of their starting WRs versus Los Angeles. Waddle, who caught just one of five targets for nine yards in Miami's Week 13 loss to the 49ers, has compiled an overall 57-972-6 line on 90 targets through 12 games to date.
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  • Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle: Limited by fibula injury

    Waddle was a limited practice participant Wednesday due to a fibula injury, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. Waddle played just half of the Dolphins' 46 snaps on offense in this past Sunday's 33-17 loss to the 49ers, finishing with one catch for nine yards on five targets. His limitations in practice to begin Week 14 prep indicate that he was playing through an injury against San Francisco, and the wideout's status is now worth monitoring closely as this Sunday's game against the Chargers approaches. If Waddle ends up limited at all this weekend, Trent Sherfield and River Cracraft would be in line for added snaps alongside Tyreek Hill.
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  • Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle: Limited in loss

    Waddle caught just one of five targets for nine yards in Sunday's 33-17 loss to the 49ers. Waddle's uncharacteristically low output came while he played through a leg injury against arguably the league's best defense. With Waddle moving gingerly, the Dolphins relied on teammate Tyreek Hill, who caught nine passes for 146 yards and a touchdown. Following his season-worst performance, Waddle's status will be important to track in advance of Week 14's matchup versus the Chargers. If his usage is impacted, Trent Sherfield, River Cracraft and Cedrick Wilson would figure to benefit from extra looks.
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  • Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle: Back in Sunday's game

    Waddle (leg) returned to Sunday's game against the 49ers, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. The Dolphins' starting wideout had been forced out of the game with a leg injury, but Waddle is back in the contest and will look to pick up the pace after not hauling in any of his first four targets Sunday.
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  • Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle: Injures leg Sunday

    Waddle was forced out of Sunday's game against the 49ers with a leg injury. Prior to his exit from the contest, Waddle did not record a catch. While he's sidelined, added WR snaps alongside Tyreek Hill are available for Trent Sherfield, Cedrick Wilson and River Cracraft.
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