Will Fuller V
The Will Fuller experiment in Miami has started off as a disaster.
One of the marquee free agent additions during the last off season, Fuller was supposed to be the weapon that took the top off of defenses for the Dolphins. His presence was supposed to open up the playbook for the offense, giving Tua Tagovailoa the deep option that he lacked during his rookie season.
Instead, Fuller has played in just two games, catching four balls for a total of 26 yards. His mysterious absence from the team early in the season raised eyebrows, and his subsequent stint on the injured list has amounted to a worst-case scenario for both team and player. There are reports that Fuller could be returning to action soon, so perhaps he will be able to integrate himself in to the offense somehow. The unit as a whole has looked a bit more respectable as of late, and Fuller could add some firepower should there be any kind of resurgence.
His contract is up at the end of the season, having signed a one-year “Prove It” deal with the Dolphins. He hasn’t proved much of anything at all so far, and Miami will be happy to see his $10 million come off of the books.