Will Fuller has signed a contract with the Miami Dolphins. The former Texan’s new contract is for only one year, according to reports. No monetary details have been made public at time of writing.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported the news on Thursday afternoon, via Twitter.
Former Texans’ WR Will
Fuller reached agreement with the Miami Dolphins, per sources.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 18, 2021
Fuller is a great receiver and a great deep threat, which the Dolphins needed desperately. The problem with Fuller comes in his ability to stay on the field. In his five-year NFL career, he has never played in more than 14 games.
In fact, he has played in 11 or fewer games four out of his five years in the NFL. That being said, he still almost racked up 1,000 yards in 11 games in 2020. He also benefitted from DeAndre Hopkins’ absence, catching eight touchdowns.
If Fuller can stay on the field, expect a Pro Bowl season from him in Miami.
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