3 Best Remaining Will Fuller Destinations After the 2022 NFL Draft

3 Best Remaining Will Fuller Destinations After the 2022 NFL Draft


As the 2022 NFL Draft fades into the rearview mirror, several teams still have room for improvement, including when it pertains to the passing game. Fortunately, veteran wide receivers like Will Fuller are still available in free agency and should gain attention as training camps approach.

Fuller signed a one-year deal with the Miami Dolphins last season, but he ended up missing all but two games due to injury. He's an extremely talented asset when healthy, though.

Here's a look at Fuller's three most likely free-agency destinations following the 2022 NFL Draft.

Will Fuller Free Agency

1. Cleveland Browns

The Cleveland Browns could use some wide receiver help. Signing Fuller would definitely address that depth while providing quarterback Deshaun Watson with a wideout he's more than familiar with. The duo played 33 games together as members of the Houston Texans, resulting in 147 completions for 2,331 yards and 22 touchdowns. That type of play would put Fuller on pace for a 1,200-yard, 11-touchdown performance in a 17-game season. The deal would also likely be cheap due to Fuller's injury history, making it a low-risk, high-reward situation for the Browns.

2. Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers added three wideouts through the draft last week, highlighted by North Dakota State's Christian Watson. While the WR has improved, the team can't exactly rely on three rookies, Allen Lazard, Sammy Watkins, and an over-the-hill Randall Cobb for success. That's why the Packers may as well take a shot on Fuller. He's proven that he has WR1/2 potential when healthy and fans would love to see what he could do with a four-time NFL MVP passing him the ball. The organization will be trying to figure out just who its No. 1 wideout is, giving Fuller a great opportunity to show what he's worth.

3. Baltimore Ravens

After trading Marquise Brown to the Arizona Cardinals at the 2022 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens are basically left with Rashod Bateman and Devin Duvernay atop their WR depth chart. Things must improve if a Super Bowl is the goal next season and a healthy Fuller could certainly help. He's the type of downfield threat that Lamar Jackson needs. With few other legitimate options out there, the Ravens should inquire about Fuller while they still can.

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