Dolphins News: Will Fuller Teases Big Things for Miami's Offense in 2021

Adam Taylor McKillop
New Miami Dolphins wide receiver Will Fuller teases some big things for the team's offense heading into the 2021 NFL season.
New Miami Dolphins wide receiver Will Fuller teases some big things for the team's offense heading into the 2021 NFL season. / Jason Miller/Getty Images

The Miami Dolphins may enter the 2021 NFL season with some of the highest expectations this franchise has seen in the past decade. That's natural, considering all of the punch that this team added on offense to pair with a defense that led in takeaways (29) last season.

Second-year quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is firmly set as the team's No. 1 option under center while Miami added a number of receiving threats to complement their new franchise quarterback. That includes the free-agent signing of former Houston Texans wide receiver Will Fuller, who recently teased some big expectations for Miami next season.

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"You can't teach speed and we do have that on this team ... Not just me and Waddle, there are other players with speed, too. It's going to be fun. We're going to do what the coaches ask of us and we just going to be playing fast and we going to make some stuff happen."

Will Fuller, Dolphins WR

Fuller's excited about the speed and weapons from this entire offense including a big trio of wide receivers in himself, DeVante Parker and the No. 6 overall pick in this year's draft, Jaylen Waddle. Add in the speed at quarterback with Tagovailoa, and there's no question that Fuller and the Dolphins should be excited about this offensive firepower.

Last year, the Dolphins ranked in the bottom-third of the league in passing offense, notching just 367.9 yards per game through the air. However, Fuller and Waddle are dangerous additions to the receiving threat of Parker, who garnered 793 yards with 63 receptions and 4 touchdowns in 2020. Fuller got a late start on his 2020 campaign due to suspension, but still managed 8 touchdowns and 879 yards on 53 catches.

Waddle joins this crew of wideouts after a sensational career with the Alabama Crimson Tide. In three seasons, the 22-year-old pass catcher recorded 1,999 yards along with 17 touchdowns and more than 100 receptions.

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