Dolphins Get Bad News on Will Fuller Injury Update

The Miami Dolphins received some troubling news on Will Fuller's injury update.
The Miami Dolphins received some troubling news on Will Fuller's injury update. / Chris Unger/Getty Images

New wide receiver Will Fuller made his Miami Dolphins debut in Week 3, and the results have been disappointing to say the least. Not only has Fuller not showed up much in the box score of Miami's past two losses, but he suffered another injury setback in Week 4.

Fuller left in the second quarter of Sunday's loss to the Indianapolis Colts with an apparent hand injury. His update on Monday morning brought some more troubling news for Miami as Fuller suffered a broken finger. He's officially listed as week-to-week.

Will Fuller Injury Update

This latest injury setback is yet another obstacle in Fuller's short tenure in Miami. The former Houston Texan missed Week 1 as he finished serving the remainder of a 2020 suspension. He then missed Week 2 action with a personal matter and was very ineffective in his Week 3 debut, recording only 3 receptions for 20 yards.

And, since returning, Fuller has dealt with numerous injuries. A chest/elbow issue called his Week 4 status into question and now it looks like sixth-year wideout could miss more time with the broken finger.

Miami sits at 1-3 on the year and prepares for a Week 5 matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Dolphins are heavy 10.5-point underdogs on FanDuel Sportsbook.

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