Tyreek Hill rips ‘ludicrous’ Dolphins fans who want Jaylen Waddle traded

Tyreek Hill took a break from his vacation in Greece to lecture Dolphins fans about the importance of Jaylen Waddle.

Apparently, Hill heard rumors about a group of Miami fans advocating a trade for his partner in the Dolphins’ wide receiving corps and wanted to make it clear that he had no such thoughts.

In three posts on X on Wednesday, Hill defended Waddle.

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“I’m in Greece all the time and I see people on Twitter talking crazy about Dolphins football,” Hill tweeted.

“My boy Toddler is the future. He’s better than me at this point in his career and it’s ridiculous that people in this fan base want to trade him.

“He and Tua were special before me and will be special after I’m gone,” she added, ending with a tearful emoji.

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Last season, his third season in the NFL, Waddle caught 72 passes for 1,014 yards and four touchdowns in 14 games.

The Dolphins started 9-3, but got off to a slow start, dropping their final two games of the regular season and losing to the Chiefs 26-7 in the wild-card round of the NFL playoffs.

Waddle caught five passes for a loss of 31 yards.

Meanwhile, the Dolphins must decide whether to sign Tagovailoa, who is set to become a free agent after next season, to a hefty contract extension.

Meanwhile, he led the team to back-to-back playoff appearances and, along with head coach Mike McDaniel, led an offense that ranked first in the league in total yards this season.

Miami Dolphins 10 after scoring a touchdown in the second quarter of the AFC Wild Card Playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium on January 13, 2024 in Kansas City, Missouri. No. 1 Tyreek Hill celebrates with No. 17 Jaylen Waddle.
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Tyreek Hill scolded Dolphins fans who wanted Jaylen Waddle traded. X / Tyreek Hill

Meanwhile, the Dolphins have struggled in several games against top teams, with Tagovailoa looking visibly uncomfortable in the January cold in Kansas City.

The combination of his body language and performance in losses seemed like an issue that could get worse for years in the postseason, when the Dolphins play in colder climates.



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