Former Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has had a shaky first two seasons in the National Football League playing for the Miami Dolphins. At times Tagovailoa would look like the next great quarterback, and at other times he would look like the next bust. Entering his third season he will have a new weapon on offense to help with his woes. That player is a six-time pro bowl and Super Bowl-winning receiver Tyreek Hill who is with the Dolphins to start his seventh season.
Hill, recognized as one of the top receivers in the league will be joining Jaylen Waddle a second-year talent who was in the running for offensive rookie of the year in 2021 by leading the team in receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns. With Hill coming aboard both are likely to make a mockery of the opposing defense.
Hill’s Praise Of Tagovailoa Is Positive Sign
Since arriving in Miami in late March after being dealt by the Kansas City Chiefs for a package of draft picks, Hill has become quite fond of his new quarterback. During a recent press conference, Hill stated Tagovailoa is “bringing a little more swag to the game” and “hyping up the team whenever he scores.” Hill also claims th