Per the Miami Herald, Dolphins WR Will Fuller left the team’s first training camp practice with an apparent foot injury. He’s undergoing tests to gauge the severity. There’s no major cause for concern right now, especially with Fuller suspended for Week 1. Still, his lengthy injury history says we should pay extra close attention here. Fuller’s currently coming off the board as the WR44 in FFPC best balls.
Dolphins HC Brian Flores says WR Will Fuller has returned to the team, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. That should mean Fuller is ready to join the lineup for Week 3, though we'll obviously watch for confirmation of that this week. Fuller missed the opener while finishing out a PED suspension that carried over from last season. Week 2 found him inactive because of a personal issue. Miami, of course, doesn't yet know if it will have QB Tua Tagovailoa for Week 3 because of a rib injury.
Dolphins WR Will Fuller will not play against the Bills on Sunday due to a personal issue, HC Brian Flores said. We'll see whether Fuller is able to make his Dolphins debut in Week 3. Jaylen Waddle and DeVante Parker will again operate as Miami's top 2 WRs this weekend.
Update: Flores added that there's currently no timetable for Fuller’s return.
Dolphins WR Will Fuller (leg) was on the practice Tuesday for the 1st time since July 28. We still don't know much about his injury, but the team reportedly expects him to be ready come Week 2, after serving the final game of his suspension. We'll continue to keep an eye on him.
The Dolphins expect WR Will Fuller to be ready to make his debut in Week 2, after serving the final game of his suspension, according to The Miami Herald's Barry Jackson. Fuller has been sidelined since late July with what's believed to be a leg injury. But Jackson hears that it's "not serious." Fuller still comes with elevated risk in fantasy drafts until we see him back on the field.
Dolphins WR Will Fuller remains sidelined with the injury he suffered on July 28. It's believed to be a foot injury, although we haven't heard much from the team on the situation. We're still a month away from the start of the season -- and Fuller is suspended for Week 1 -- but this is starting to become a concern. Fuller, of course, has had durability problems throughout his career. We just nudged him down the WR rankings.
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