Dolphins Make Huge Splash With Free-Agent Wide Receiver Signing
It's no secret that the Miami Dolphins entered the 2021 NFL offseason with wide receiver as one of their biggest areas of need, and they were a rumored destination for a ton of the top names at the position.
On Thursday, they addressed that need by signing former Houston Texans deep threat Will Fuller.
Will Fuller Dolphins
Fuller is one of the best field-stretching wideouts in football, having averaged a career 14.9 yards per reception — including a whopping 16.6 in his 2020 breakout campaign. Pairing him with DeVante Parker (career average of 14.1 yards per reception) makes the Dolphins' vertical receiving game a real strength.
Add in a big-bodied receiving tight end in Mike Gesicki, and this passing game has all the right tools in place.
Now it's up to Tua Tagovailoa to capitalize and make the most of these weapons with a breakout sophomore season.
FanDuel Sportsbook's early Super Bowl LVI odds have the Dolphins ranked 10th in the NFL with +3000 odds to win the Super Bowl next season.
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