Will Fuller V
WR - MIA - IR
Week 7 Outlook
Per Cameron Wolf, the Dolphins have placed WR Will Fuller V on injured reserve with a broken finger. He will miss at least three weeks.
After injuring his finger early in the first quarter of Sunday's game, Fuller was diagnosed with a broken finger. The Dolphins placed him on injured reserve on Wednesday. He will miss at least three weeks with the injury. In the meantime, Albert Wilson and Preston Williams will likely see an uptick in play.
Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports Dolphins WR Will Fuller V is considered week-to-week with a broken finger.
Fuller suffered the injury during Sunday's Week 4 matchup against the Colts and didn't return. It's becoming difficult to justify rostering Fuller in shallower leagues, so fantasy managers might have a tough decision to make when waivers run early this week. Jaylen Waddle should continue seeing more opportunities during Fuller's absence.
Per Field Yates, Will Fuller has been ruled out for the rest of Sunday's game with a hand injury.
After exiting with a hand injury in the first, Fuller will not return to the game per Field Yates. There has been no word on the severity of the injury.
Per Adam Schefter, Dolphins WR Will Fuller is questionable to return with a hand injury.
Early in the second quarter, Fuller exited with a hand injury. He quickly went to the locker room with the injury and has not returned since. His status remains unknown. Expect Jaylen Waddle to see a bump in production as well as Mike Gesicki.
Dolphins WR Will Fuller V is a full-go for Sunday's matchup against the Colts.
Fuller was limited earlier in the week with multiple minor injuries but is ready to roll for Week 4. Until Fuller shows he's still the same player he was for the Texans, he is an excellent bench player with upside for fantasy.