At 1-6 and having already fired their head coach/general manager, the Houston Texans can be expected to make a splash at the trade deadline.
According to recent reports, that includes being involved in trade talks surrounding their top wide receivers, which presumably includes Will Fuller.
With that in mind, here are the three most likely trade destinations for Fuller.
3. Washington Football Team
Whether the Washington Football Team gives Dwayne Haskins another chance or decides to draft another QB this year, they need to get some weapons for their young signal-callers. Terry McLaurin has been outstanding, but he's really the only viable wideout in this offense. Second to McLaurin in receptions among Washington WRs is journeyman Dontrelle Inman, who has changed teams five times since 2016. With Fuller and McLaurin on the outside and Antonio Gibson in the backfield (not to mention a promising young defense), this would suddenly become a very appealing landing spot for a young QB.
2. Chicago Bears
Allen Robinson is a star, but the Chicago Bears' passing attack is pretty one-dimensional. After Robinson, none of their wideouts have hit either 20 receptions or 200 yards on the season. Their second and third wideouts in receptions (Darnell Mooney and Anthony Miller) are both also averaging just 6.5 yards per target. Having a second viable receiving threat is especially important when competing in the NFC North, as Green Bay Packers corner Jaire Alexander has proven capable of completely erasing just about any WR1.
1. Cleveland Browns
The Cleveland Browns just lost Odell Beckham Jr. for the season, so they could really use another strong wideout to keep their playoff hopes alive. With Jarvis Landry more than capable of soaking up some extra volume in the short to intermediate passing game, a field-stretcher like Fuller would go a long way to easing the blow of Beckham's injury.
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