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Will Fuller Posts Hilarious Tweet Amidst Trade Deadline Drama

Jason Schandl
Will Fuller had a hilarious tweet in response to the trade deadline rumors surrounding him.
Will Fuller had a hilarious tweet in response to the trade deadline rumors surrounding him. / Frederick Breedon/Getty Images
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Sitting at 1-6 and having already fired GM/head coach Bill O'Brien, the Houston Texans are expected to be sellers at the trade deadline. The player receiving the most buzz in trade talks appears to be wide receiver Will Fuller.

Fuller isn't living under a rock, so he is obviously hearing just as much of this trade buzz as we are. He had some fun with that knowledge on Twitter on Tuesday.

It's hard to know whether Fuller is impatiently waiting to get out of Houston or if he's just sick of not knowing what his future will be, but this is a great reaction.

It would certainly be good for Fuller's chance at a Super Bowl if he ended up catching passes from Aaron Rodgers as a Green Bay Packer, which has been one rumored possibility. That would also have him slide back into a role in which he excelled early in his career — serving as the No. 2 WR across from one of the league's best, only this time it would be Davante Adams instead of DeAndre Hopkins.

November 3 already has people anxious enough about what the day will bring. Adding in so much uncertainty about where he will live and play football has to be making this day a particularly tough one for Fuller.


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