Player Outlook
Fuller remains a free agent at the time of publication, and hopefully he signs with a team where he can maximize his Fantasy value this year. It's been a while since Fuller was a starting Fantasy option, which was Week 12 of the 2020 campaign. Then came a six-game suspension and 15 missed games in 2021 due to injuries, and you might have forgotten about Fuller. He needs to sign with a team first before Fantasy managers can consider drafting him in most formats, but he does have the potential to be a No. 3 Fantasy receiver in the right scenario. Continue to monitor what happens with Fuller, and he could be worth a mid-round pick in all leagues. For now, even unsigned, you might take a late-round flier on Fuller in deeper formats with the hope he can regain his 2020 form when he averaged a career-best 17.1 PPR points per game. In six seasons in the NFL, Fuller has three years with at least 12.2 PPR points per game, and when healthy, he can still be a difference maker.

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2021 4 26 6.50 0.00 42
2020 53 879 16.58 8 0.00 13512.3
3y Avg. 35 525 15.00 4 0.00 769.5
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Fantasy News

  • Will Fuller: Reportedly drawing interest

    Fuller, who is bouncing back from a finger injury, is being monitored by multiple NFL teams, according to Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com. With NFL training camps underway, Fuller is one of the more high profile wideout options that remains unsigned. At this stage, Wilson suggests that the 28-year-old, who was limited to just two appearances with the Dolphins last season, seems to be trending toward catching on with a team later in the preseason. If Fuller proves that he's past his most recent injury issue, he could be a nice addition for a WR-needy team, but for now his fantasy value remains speculative.
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  • Will Fuller: Remains unsigned

    With training camp underway, Fuller (finger) remains unsigned, Ben Axelrod of wkyc.com reports. Fuller is bouncing back from a finger injury, which may be a factor in why he has yet to catch on with a team. In any case, Axelrod indicates that the Browns -- who he suggests have been linked to the wideout since trading for his former quarterback, Deshaun Watson -- could potentially look into adding WR depth, with David Bell currently dealing with a foot injury and Anthony Schwartz day-to-day with a knee issue.
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  • Dolphins' Will Fuller: Recovering from surgery

    Fuller (finger) had surgery recently, Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.com reports. Fuller's Instagram post Monday morning shows him in what appears to be a hospital bed, with a large wrap around his left hand and a caption that reads, "dang finger man." The speedy wideout played just two games in 2021 after signing a one-year deal with Miami, missing the first two weeks with a foot injury and the final 13 games with a broken finger. He should have plenty of time to recover before 2022 training camp, even after dealing with some complications over the past few months. Fuller can become an unrestricted free agent again in March, about a month before his 28th birthday.
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  • Dolphins' Will Fuller: Unlikely to return in 2021

    Fuller (finger) suffered a setback recently and is unlikely to return this season, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports. Fuller has been sidelined since Week 5, and coach Brian Flores said Monday that the receiver likely will be held out for the final three games of the season following his setback. Assuming the 27-year-old remains sidelined for the remainder of the 2021 campaign, he had an underwhelming first season with the Dolphins, as he hauled in four of eight targets for 26 yards across two appearances.
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  • Dolphins' Will Fuller: Not expected to practice this week

    Coach Brian Flores said Monday that he doesn't expect Fuller (finger) to return to practice this week, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. Fuller hasn't taken the field since Week 4, and he's on track to miss another game following Miami's Week 14 bye. Flores didn't offer a timetable for when the 2016 first-rounder could return to practice, but the receiver is running out of time to return in 2021.
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  • Dolphins' Will Fuller: Remains absent from practice

    Dolphins head coach Brian Flores said Fuller (finger) won't participate in Wednesday's walk-through practice, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Though Miami is on bye Week 14, the team is holding an informal session Wednesday. Fuller's continued absence from the field wouldn't seem to bode well for his early chances of returning from injured reserve ahead of the Dolphins' Week 15 game versus the Jets on Dec. 19. The veteran wideout hasn't taken the field since suffering a fractured finger Week 4, though the team was at least able to get one of its other injured starting receivers in DeVante Parker back from IR ahead of its Week 13 win over the Giants. Based on how his first season in Miami has transpired, Fuller is looking unlikely to be retained by the Dolphins when he reaches free agency in the offseason.
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  • Dolphins' Will Fuller: Still not ready to practice

    Coach Brian Flores said Wednesday that Fuller (finger) won't resume practicing this week, Hal Habib of The Palm Beach Post reports. With the Dolphins continuing to delay designating Fuller for return from injured reserve, he'll sit out a ninth consecutive game Sunday against the Giants due to a finger fracture. The Dolphins are then set to go on bye Week 14, making the team's Week 15 matchup with the Jets the earliest possible return date for Fuller. On a positive note for Miami, Flores said that DeVante Parker (shoulder) will return to practice Wednesday, so the Dolphins could get some reinforcement at receiver prior to their matchup with the Giants.
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  • Dolphins' Will Fuller: Still not cleared for practice

    Dolphins head coach Brian Flores said that Fuller (finger), who remains on injured reserve, is making progress but won't rejoin the team for practice Wednesday, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Fuller has already missed seven consecutive games due to his fractured finger, making him eligible to return from IR whenever the Dolphins deem him ready. Though Flores didn't offer any indication that Fuller has plateaued or regressed in his recovery from the injury, the fact that he won't practice as the Dolphins begin preparations for Sunday's game against the Panthers most likely points to the receiver missing another game. Miami also declined to designate DeVante Parker (shoulder) for return from IR on Wednesday, an early sign that he'll be sidelined for a fourth straight contest this weekend. If that's the case, rookie wideout Jaylen Waddle and tight end Mike Gesicki would likely be in for another week as quarterback Tua Tagovailoa's top targets in the passing game.
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  • Dolphins' Will Fuller: Uncertain for Week 12

    Coach Brian Flores said Monday that he's unsure whether Fuller (finger) will be designated to return from IR in Week 12, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Fuller has missed seven straight games while recovering from a fractured finger, and it looks like his absence streak could extend into an eighth week. Flores also said he's uncertain whether DeVante Parker (shoulder) will be designated to resume practicing, meaning both starting wideouts could end up missing another game. In his inaugural season with the Dolphins, Fuller thus far has seen the field on only two occasions.
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  • Dolphins' Will Fuller: Unlikely to return Week 11

    Coach Brian Flores said Monday that Fuller (finger) is unlikely to play Sunday against the Jets, Hal Habib of The Palm Beach Post reports. Flores indicated late last week that Fuller could return to the field Week 11, but it appears as though he'll require at least one more week to recover. If he's ultimately sidelined against the Jets, Mack Hollins and Albert Wilson should continue to see additional work behind Jaylen Waddle because DeVante Parker (shoulder) remains on injured reserve.
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  • Dolphins' Will Fuller: Could be back Week 11

    Coach Brian Flores said Friday that it's possible Fuller (finger) returns to practice and plays in Week 11, Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.com reports. Fuller appears to have made decent recovery progress in the recent days, so it's possible his six-game absence streak comes to an end versus the Jets on Nov. 21. The field-stretcher's inaugural campaign with the Dolphins has been underwhelming thus far, to say the least, as through the halfway point of the regular season Fuller has only suited up for two games, with four catches for 26 yards on eight targets. With DeVante Parker (shoulder) on IR, a return by Fuller could provide Miami's aerial attack with some much-needed explosiveness.
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  • Dolphins' Will Fuller: Seemingly making progress

    Coach Brian Flores indicated Tuesday that Fuller (finger) had received "favorable news the last couple of days" regarding his recovery, Hal Habib of The Palm Beach Post reports. Fuller would seem to be inching closer to returning from injured reserve, though Flores didn't go into detail about the injury itself or what exactly the news is. In any case, the receiver has already been ruled out for Thursday's game against the Ravens. Depending on the extent of Fuller's progress, there's a chance he could rejoin the lineup for a Week 11 clash with the Jets.
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  • Dolphins' Will Fuller: Will remain out Thursday

    Fuller (finger) won't be activated from injured reserve ahead of Thursday's game against the Ravens, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Fuller was unable to return to practice ahead of Sunday's win over the Texans, and he'll remain on injured reserve against Baltimore. The receiver's next chance to return to game action will come Nov. 21 against the Jets.
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  • Dolphins' Will Fuller: Won't practice this week

    Fuller (finger) won't return to practice this week, Travis Wingfield of the Dolphins' official site reports. Fuller has been on IR with a finger injury since early October, and he's in line to miss a fifth straight game in Sunday's Week 9 matchup against the Texans. Coach Brian Flores hasn't yet indicated when the 2016 first-rounder will be able to practice.
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  • Dolphins' Will Fuller: Won't return this weekend

    Fuller (finger) won't be activated from injured reserve for Sunday's game against the Bills, Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.com reports. The 27-year-old will be sidelined for a fourth consecutive game after suffering a broken finger Week 4 against the Colts. It's not yet clear when Fuller is expected to return to practice, and for the immediate future he'll remain on injured reserve.
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  • Dolphins' Will Fuller: Not expected to return in Week 8

    Fuller (finger) isn't expected to return for Sunday's Week 8 matchup against Buffalo, Travis Wingfield of the Dolphins' official site reports. Fuller has spent the last three weeks on IR with a broken finger, and coach Brian Flores said Monday that he thinks the 2016 first-rounder is getting closer to a return. However, Preston Williams, Mack Hollins and Albert Wilson should continue to see additional snaps against the Bills.
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  • Dolphins' Will Fuller: Headed to IR

    The Dolphins placed Fuller (finger) on injured reserve Wednesday. The move sets the stage for Fuller, who is dealing with a finger injury, to miss at least three games. In his absence, DeVante Parker and Jaylen Waddle are in line to head Miami's wideout corps, with Albert Wilson and perhaps Preston Williams next up for added snaps for the next few weeks.
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  • Dolphins' Will Fuller: Ruled out against Buccaneers

    Fuller (finger) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Fuller is considered week-to-week after he suffered a broken finger in Sunday's loss to Indianapolis, and he'll miss at least one game. The 2016 first-rounder will undergo further testing to determine how quickly he'll be able to return to the field, but Albert Wilson is in line for an increased role Week 5.
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  • Dolphins' Will Fuller: Suffers broken finger

    Fuller suffered a broken finger in Sunday's loss to the Colts and is considered week-to-week, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Fuller dealt with chest and elbow injuries ahead of Sunday's Week 4 contest, but he's now dealing with a finger injury that could force him to miss additional time. If the 27-year-old is sidelined, Albert Wilson likely will be in line for increased work alongside DeVante Parker and Jaylen Waddle.
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  • Dolphins' Will Fuller: Injures hand

    Fuller was forced out of Sunday's game against the Colts with a hand injury. Prior to his exit from the contest, Fuller caught one of his two targets for six yards. In his absence, Albert Wilson is a candidate to see added WR snaps alongside Jaylen Waddle and DeVante Parker.
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