William Fuller V
WR - FA
Will Fuller (finger) recently suffered a setback during his recovery process and is unlikely to return this season, per Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald.
Will Fuller has been sidelined since Week 5, and head coach Brian Flores said Monday that the receiver would likely be held out for the season's final three games. If, in fact, Fuller does miss the remaining three games, it would be an unfulfilling first season with the Dolphins, with the 27-year-old wideout only appearing in two games and catching four-of-eight targets for 26 yards.
Dolphins WR Will Fuller V (finger) is reportedly not expected to practice this week per Head Coach Brian Flores.
Fuller V has only appeared in two games this season and has not seen the field since Week 4 vs the Indianapolis Colts. Fantasy managers have made it this far into the season without him as an available lineup option and can seemingly expect more of the same. Continue to proceed as normal.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Will Fuller will not practice this week due to a finger injury.
Fuller continues to deal with a finger injury and will not practice leading up to this weekend's contest against the New York Giants. Fuller reportedly has multiple fractures, but the Dolphins remain optimistic about a potential return this season. Fantasy managers can continue to carry him on I.R.
Marcel Louis-Jacques with ESPN is reporting that Will Fuller V (finger) is getting better but is not ready to return yet. The team will reevaluate his status on Wednesday.
Fuller missed the first couple of weeks this season due to a suspension, suited up in Week 3, was injured in Week 4, and has yet to log a practice since. Expected to be the Dolphins' WR1 this year, Fuller's health has been his most significant deterrent. The Dolphins are hot right now, winning four straight after a seven-game losing streak. While Fuller's return would boost the offense, rookie Jaylen Waddle has solidified himself as the team's lead receiver. It would be tough to imagine a scenario where Fuller can return and supplant himself as the team's No. 1 receiving weapon. If Fuller can return, be it this week or any other, he likely isn't much more than a boom or bust WR3.
Will Fuller will be out for the Miami Dolphins' game against the Baltimore Ravens Thursday night.
The team has said that they expect Fuller will return this season, but given he's already been ruled out this early in the week, he's still likely a few weeks away from a return. With DeVante Parker recently placed on IR, rookie Jaylen Waddle should continue to dominate targets among the team's wide receivers, while tight end Mike Gesicki should also see his fair share of looks.
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