Will Fuller Takes Promising Step in Injury Recovery
As the NFL regular season approaches, the Miami Dolphins are eager to see their newest wide receiver Will Fuller get back to full strength. Fuller has dealt with a lower-body injury that's kept him from any significant training camp action for the better part of three weeks.
Fortunately, Fuller took one of the biggest steps in his injury rehab thus far during Tuesday's practice. The former Houston Texans wideout was seen working out his route-running at practice, which represents a big hurdle to overcome in the rehabilitation process.
Will Fuller Injury Update
The news is especially exciting for Dolphins fans eager to see their dynamic new group of pass-catchers. During the offseason, Miami not only added Fuller but drafted the talented Jaylen Waddle in the first round. Between a healthy Fuller, Waddle and returning stud DeVante Parker, there's a whole lot to like about Miami's wideouts in 2020.
Last season, Fuller put up 53 receptions for 879 receiving yards and 8 touchdowns in 11 games. He's scheduled to miss the Dolphins' Week 1 matchup against the New England Patriots as he finishes out the final game of his current suspension.
Regardless, sophomore quarterback Tua Tagovailoa will have a lot of weapons to work with in 2021. The Dolphins hold +330 odds to win the AFC East on FanDuel Sportsbook, the second-best mark in the division.
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