Week 1 of the NFL preseason is here and there are still several prominent free agents looking for work. One of the more significant available names is veteran wide receiver Will Fuller, who played only two games with the Miami Dolphins last season due to injury.
When healthy, Fuller has all the tools to help out an offense. He's recorded 3,136 receiving yards and 24 touchdowns in 55 career games, averaging 14.7 yards on 213 catches. If a team believes that injuries won't be concerned, he's definitely a low-risk, high-reward player worth signing.
Here are three teams that should sign Fuller before the 2022 NFL season begins.
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1. Indianapolis Colts
The Indianapolis Colts hope to rebound this fall after a disappointing end to their 2021 campaign. While Matt Ryan's presence under center should help the passing game, Michael Pittman Jr. and Mo Alie-Cox are his only two proven weapons. Fuller's speed would give the Colts an added downfield threat who has tons of experience playing in the AFC South. He's racked up 80 receptions for 1,061 yards and eight TDs in 19 career games against the division, which is the kind of help that Ryan and co. could use in Indianapolis.
2. Denver Broncos
Another AFC team that could use Fuller's services is the Denver Broncos. Unfortunately, the Broncos lost veteran WR Tim Patrick to an ACL tear last week and need help replacing his production. Jerry Jeudy and Courtland Sutton can't do it all on their end, hence why Fuller would be a good pick-up. QB Russell Wilson still has a solid arm and could use Fuller's speedy to open up the field. The 28-year-old wideout also wouldn't have to deal with the pressure of being the No. 1 option, allowing him to get more favorable matchups that could be less physically taxing. Even as the No. 3/4 WR, Fuller is someone that can help the Broncos on their quest to win Super Bowl LVII.
3. Baltimore Ravens
Outside of Rashod Bateman, the Baltimore Ravens' WR room is among the most underwhelming across the NFL. Lamar Jackson desperately needs another pass-catcher in addition to Bateman and tight end Mark Andrews, and Fuller could be his guy. Jackson averaged a career-high 240.2 passing yards per game in 2021, meaning there's enough volume for Fuller to thrive. Opponents must respect the Ravens' run game, which occasionally opens the door for better downfield opportunities for someone with the veteran's skillset. The AFC North is going to be competitive again this year and adding Fuller to the mix would help Baltimore compete.
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