Texans WR Will Fuller (hamstring) was limited in practice all week and is listed as questionable for Thursday night's game against the Colts. He'll be a game-time decision. Check back around 7 pm ET tomorrow night for Fuller's official status. He'll be a risk/reward WR3 if active.
Texans WR Will Fuller isn't listed on Wednesday's injury report. It's a surprise after he was limited by a hamstring injury in the Week 2 loss to the Ravens. Fuller is on track to play against the Steelers this weekend -- and today's news suggests that we shouldn't be too concerned with the hammy.
WR Will Fuller was limited to just 63% of Houston's offensive snaps in Sunday's loss to the Ravens due to a right hamstring injury. He finished without a single target. Fuller, of course, has a lengthy history of hamstring trouble. We'll need to keep a close eye on his practice participation this week.
Texans QB Deshaun Watson expects WR Will Fuller to "ball out" this season. "Will's going to be one of the best receivers in the league," Watson said. "He came back a lot stronger, a lot faster. Will's really good, very confident in himself and what he did over the offseason. I'm very confident in what he can do. We all are as an organization and as a team." Fuller says he's 100% recovered from January sports hernia surgery and spent the offseason working on "mechanical things" to help prevent injuries going forward. Any durability risk is more than baked into his WR34 ADP. Fuller should smash that price tag when he's on the field this year.
Texans WR Will Fuller is making "steady progress" from his January sports hernia surgery, according to the Houston Chronicle's Aaron Wilson. Fuller has resumed running and should be a full-go when training camp opens. He's missed 22 games through 4 NFL seasons but has been a difference-maker when healthy. 2020 is a contract year for Fuller.
Texans WR Will Fuller had sports hernia surgery this week after aggravating his groin injury in the loss to the Chiefs, according to the Houston Chronicle. Fuller initially injured his groin in Week 16 and then sat out the Wild Card round win over Buffalo. He's headed for unrestricted free agency in March.
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