After watching the first few days of camp, the Houston Chronicle's Aaron Wilson believes Texans WR Will Fuller has made a "full recovery" from last year's torn ACL. "He remains one of the most dangerous deep threats in the game," Wilson writes. Fuller has had trouble staying healthy through 3 NFL seasons, but he's averaged 54.5 yards and .65 TDs per game over the last 2. Only 13 WRs scored more PPR points than Fuller over his 7 outings from Week 2 to 8 last year. If he's truly back to pre-injury form, Fuller should return nice value at his current WR33 ADP.
Texans WR Will Fuller (knee) has avoided the PUP list to open training camp. He tore his ACL on October 25 and was sidelined this spring. We'll see how much he's able to do in camp, but the Houston Chronicle confirms that Fuller is on track to be ready for Week 1. He ranked 14th among WRs in PPR points during his 7 games from Week 2 to 8 last season. Fuller was a volatile producer over that span, finishing 3 weeks as a top-10 WR but 2 outside the top 60. Consider him a risk/reward WR3 in fantasy drafts.
Texans WR Will Fuller is on track to be ready for the 2019 opener after last October's torn ACL. "Everything has gone well, no setbacks," GM Brian Gaine said. "Everything trending in right direction. Looking good." Fuller will be over 10 months removed from the injury when the season kicks off. He'd ideally be able to get some work in during training camp and the preseason, but we'll monitor his progress as we move toward the summer. Fuller has appeared in just 17 games over the past 2 seasons but averaged 54.5 yards and .65 TDs per outing.
Texans HC Bill O'Brien confirmed that WR Will Fuller suffered a torn right ACL in Thursday night's win over the Dolphins. He's done for the season. Fuller will have a little more than 10 months to get ready for the start of the 2019 campaign. We'll monitor his rehab this offseason.
The Texans believe WR Will Fuller tore his right ACL in Thursday night's win over the Dolphins, according to multiple sources. A Friday MRI will confirm the diagnosis. It'd be a season-ending injury for Fuller, who missed 8 games across his first 2 NFL seasons. His absence would leave Houston with Keke Coutee, Vyncint Smith and Sammie Coates behind DeAndre Hopkins on the depth chart. Coutee is worth adding in all leagues if he was dropped with his latest hamstring injury. He's tentatively expected back for Week 9.
Texans WR Will Fuller left in the 3rd quarter of Thursday night’s game against the Dolphins with a right knee injury. He came down awkwardly on the right leg after going up for an end-zone ball, jamming the knee. Fuller left and was quickly ruled out for the game. We’ll see about the diagnosis
Texans WR Will Fuller (hamstring) is active for tonight’s game against the Cowboys. There’s some risk of an aggravation, but Fuller is worth getting into fantasy lineups if you’ve been waiting on him.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that the Texans expect to have WRs Will Fuller and Keke Coutee in the lineup Sunday night against the Cowboys. He added, however, that each player will need to test his bothersome hamstring in pregame. Fuller and Coutee carry "questionable" tags and clearly some risk into the game. If you plan to wait on either guy, try to have an insurance option available from Dallas, New Orleans or Washington.
Texans WR Will Fuller (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday night's game against the Cowboys. He was limited in practice all week but has seemed optimistic about his availability. The late kickoff complicates the situation for fantasy owners, though. We'll look for an update on Fuller Sunday morning.
Texans WR Will Fuller (hamstring) said Thursday that he expects to play against the Cowboys on Sunday night. "I feel good, just taking it day by day," he said after putting in his 2nd straight limited practice. It'd be nice to see Fuller get in a full workout on Friday, but you can pencil him into Week 5 fantasy lineups for now.
Texans WR Will Fuller (hamstring) put in a limited practice on Wednesday. The fact that he was out there at all is encouraging. Fuller seems to have a decent shot of playing against the Cowboys on Sunday night. Check back tomorrow for another update.
Texans WR Will Fuller injured his hamstring in the 2nd half of Sunday's game against the Colts and is officially questionable to return. He missed the opener with a hamstring, although it's unclear if this is the same one. Check back for updates.
Texans WR Will Fuller (hamstring) is active for today’s game against the Titans. He remained limited in practice all this week and is a risk/reward fantasy play today.
Texans WRs DeAndre Hopkins (foot) and Will Fuller (hamstring) are expected to play against the Titans today, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Hopkins' status was never in doubt. Fuller missed the opener and remained limited in practice this week, so that hammy is still a concern. He's a risk/reward WR3 for Week 2. Fuller's return is good news for QB Deshaun Watson.
Texans WR Will Fuller (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Titans after a limited week of practice. HC Bill O’Brien said Friday that Fuller came out of this week “good” and suggested that he’s on track to play. We’ll find out for sure by noon ET on Sunday. Fuller will be a risk/reward WR3 if active.
Texans WR Will Fuller (hamstring) remained limited in Wednesday's practice. Fuller was limited all last week before missing the opener in New England. Unless he gets in a full workout Thursday and/or Friday, he shouldn't be in your Week 2 fantasy plans.
Texans WR Will Fuller (hamstring) is officially inactive for today’s game against the Patriots. Rookie Keke Coutee (hamstring) is also inactive. That leaves Bruce Ellington, Sammie Coates and Vyncint Smith behind DeAndre Hopkins on the depth chart. Hopkins is obviously the only fantasy play here. He’s a strong bet for 10+ targets.
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