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Around the NFL: Will Fuller

Will Fuller’s debut with the Dolphins will have to wait for at least a week. He’s attending to a non-football matter, says coach Brian Flores.  more »

Mailbag: July 8, 2021

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: Is Zach Ertz a sleeper pick at tight end? What happened to Will Fuller? Can the Bengals get Joe Mixon rolling? And more. more »


Factoid: Miami Dolphins

The Dolphins drafted Jaylen Waddle on Thursday, and previously signed Will Fuller, so they’ve added some explosive weapons to their receiving room. But do they have the right quarterback to bring those guys to life?  more »



Dolphins sign former Texans WR Fuller

The Miami Dolphins signed free agent wide receiver WILL FULLER late last week. Fuller, who signed a one-year deal with the Dolphins, provides a deep threat for quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA. TheMore Dolphins have also been linked to trade speculation involving DESHAUN WATSON, Fuller’s former quarterback in Houston. Regardless of who is throwing the football in Miami, Fuller is known as one of the fastest receivers in the NFL and he should be able to help the Dolphins deep passing game. Less

Source: Miami Sun-Sentinel

Around the NFL: Miami signs Fuller

The Dolphins have added an explosive element to their passing game, signing Will Fuller to a one-year contract. When healthy, he’s one of the better deep threats in the league.  more »



Texans not planning to use franchise tag on WR Fuller

The Houston Texans have no plans to use the franchise tag on wide receiver WILL FULLER, preferring to let him test the free agent market instead. The oft-injured Fuller was comingMore off a career year and managed to stay healthy for the first 11 games of the 2020 season. Unfortunately, with five games remaining he was suspended for five games for violating the NFL’s performance enhancing drug policy. Less

Source: Team Blog

Factoid: Will Fuller

Deshaun Watson and J.J. Watt have been the two trending players in Houston in recent weeks (and deservedly so) but the Texans have another player that will be intriguing to watch in the offseason. Will Fuller is an explosive wide receiver, and he’s headed for free agency.  more »

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Factoid: Free agent receivers

It’s a good time to be shopping for a wide receiver there will be a lot of good ones available in free agency. With teams also having access to another strong draft class, those who want to have add another good player or two at this position should have ample opportunity to do so.  more »


Fantasy News: Free agent receivers

Corey Davis has mostly been a disappointment as a pro – a top-5 overall pick who hasn’t had a 900-yard season. But he’s putting together a nice “contract year” as he heads towards free agency in the spring.  more »



Texans WR Fuller suspended 6 games for PEDs

The NFL has suspended Houston Texans wide receiver WILL FULLER 6 games for violating the league’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs. Fuller said via social media that he took a medication notMore realizing it was on the list of banned substances. The Texans have five more games this season, meaning that Fuller’s suspension will carry over into the first game of 2021. Fuller is also set to become a free agent in March. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Around the NFL: Break up the Texans?

The Houston Texans are one of the 2020's bigger disappointments. (Well, NFL-related disappointments.) They've already canned their head coach/decision-maker Bill O'Brien, but it's too late to turn their season around. Now the question is whether or not a fire sale is coming before next week's trade deadline.   more »


Podcast: October 2 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff preview Week 4 of the NFL regular season. Sponsored by Fantasy Index Weekly and RotoWire.  more »


Texans WR Fuller believes “sky is the limit” for 2020

Houston Texans wide receiver WILL FULLER was a first-round draft pick in 2016, but injuries have limited him since entering the league. Heading into the 2020 season, Fuller says that theMore “sky is the limit” if he can remain healthy and play in all sixteen games (something that he has yet to accomplish in his short career). Less

Source: Team Blog


Texans excited about WR Fuller heading into 2020 season

Houston Texans head coach Bill O’Brien said recently that he thinks wide receiver WILL FULLER is ready to have a “really good” 2020 season. After trading star wide receiver DEANDRE HOPKINSMore to Arizona, O’Brien had better be right. When Fuller has played, he has made huge plays. Unfortunately for the Texans and his fantasy owners, Fuller has only played 28 games the past three seasons while missing 20. Meanwhile, Hopkins has played 110 of a possible 112 games in his career. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Stills, Coutee on roster bubble?

The Houston Texans have undergone several big changes at the wide receiver position this offseason. Gone is star wideout DEANDRE HOPKINS, while RANDALL COBB and BRANDIN COOKS are new additions thatMore will join holdover WILL FULLER. With all the maneuvering, incumbent wideouts KENNY STILLS and KEKE COUTEE could be traded or released between now and the beginning of the season. Less

Source: CBS Sports

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