Heading into the NFL season, the Miami Dolphins were eager to showcase their new three-headed monster at wide receiver featuring DeVante Parker, rookie Jaylen Waddle and Will Fuller. The debut of this dynamic group of wideouts has been put on temporary pause after Fuller missed Week 1 due to suspension and Week 2 due to a personal issue.
Now, the Dolphins can truly get to work. Head Coach Brian Flores revealed that Fuller has returned to the team signifying he should be a full participant by next Sunday.
The exciting prospect of Tua Tagovailoa throwing to this trio is now clouded thanks to his own Week 2 rib injury. Still, whoever is at quarterback for the Dolphins, is getting a big boost thanks to the return of the sixth-year wideout.
Will Fuller Update
Parker and Waddle have been some of the lone bright spots for a Dolphins team coming off a brutal 35-point shutout at the hands of the Buffalo Bills. Miami is 1-1 on the year while Parker and Waddle have combined for 19 receptions, 232 receiving yards and 1 touchdown across the first two weeks of the season.
Enter Fuller, who comes over from the Houston Texans after a career-year in 2020. While Fuller played just 11 games due to the suspension, he amassed 53 receptions for 879 yards and 8 touchdowns.
Miami is loaded with playmakers on offense and returns a defense that gave up just 21.1 points per game in 2020, the fourth-best mark in the NFL.
Tua's injury was regarded as non-serious and he's currently listed as day-to-day.
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