Texans' Will Fuller: Way down on depth chart
Fuller, Houston's first-round draft pick in 2016, has been running with the first team during training sessions, but he's initially behind Strong, Shorts and Mumphery. He's made a good first impression at training camp, showing off his speed and athleticism, so his placement on the depth chart is a bit surprising. As Fuller gets some preseason game experience, we expect to see him move up the depth chart by the time the regular season kicks off.
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