Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jaylen Waddle reacted on X (formerly known as Twitter) to adult film star Kendra Lust being interested in working with teammate Tyreek Hill in exchange for Dolphins tickets.
— JW (@D1__JW) September 27, 2023
The dynamic wide receiver recently stated, perhaps in jest, that he would like to be a porn star when he retires from the NFL.
Cheetah says he wants to do porn when he retires 🤣🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/dOi0P2Pqxd
— Dolphin Nation (@Dolphin_Nation) September 27, 2023
Hill was selected with the No. 165 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft after a college career that included one season at Oklahoma State University and has played for two teams — the Kansas City Chiefs and Dolphins — across his eight seasons in the NFL.
He spent the first six seasons of his pro career with the Chiefs and won a Super Bowl with the team in 2020 before he was traded to the Dolphins in the spring of 2022.
The 5-foot-10 wide receiver is fresh off arguably the best season of his pro career, as he racked up 1,710 receiving yards and seven receiving touchdowns in 17 games played with the Dolphins during the 2022 regular season (all starts).
Those numbers were good enough for Hill to earn a Pro Bowl nod — the seventh of his pro career — as well as finish fourth in the NFL AP Offensive Player of the Year voting. Only Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson ended up with more votes.
Hill has performed at a high level for the Dolphins thus far in the 2023 regular season. He has totaled 412 receiving yards and four receiving touchdowns through Miami’s first three games of the season.
Meanwhile, Waddle was selected with the No. 6 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft after three seasons playing college football at the University of Alabama and has played three seasons in the NFL, all as a member of the Dolphins franchise. He accumulated 1,356 receiving yards and eight receiving touchdowns across 17 appearances with Miami during the 2022 regular season (all starts).
Also, Waddle averaged a league-best 18.1 receiving yards per reception a season ago.
The 24-year-old wide receiver missed the team’s Week 3 game against the Denver Broncos with a concussion, but he will reportedly participate in Wednesday’s practice. So here’s to hoping that he’ll be ready to go for Sunday’s game against quarterback Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills.