The Dolphins took over Will Fuller as a free agent, thereby increasing the speed of Miami’s 2021 reception.
Fuller has experienced several injury treatments throughout his career and has never played more than 14 games in a season-and that was his rookie season. He didn’t have a game in 2020, but missed the last five games of the season due to suspension to improve performance drugs. Fuller has one game left to start next season.
Even if Fuller is in good health, he and his speed are important assets for a team that does not even have a player to reach 800 yards in 2020.
“My tape speaks for itself. I am a vertical threat,” Fuller said via ESPN’s Cameron Wolfe. “I added some elements to the Dolphins’ offense, which can help others get out of trouble and help this team keep getting better and help them win.
“I also have basic skills, but that’s what makes it easy for me to score. It’s to be able to score in any given game. … This opens up a lot of things for me, so I use my strengths.”
If Fuller’s speed does create more opportunities for others in the offense, it will greatly improve the strength of second-year quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.