A name that will ring synonymous with failure and wasting money, Will Fuller’s time in Miami was completely forgettable. Essentially, it never happened.
Fuller signed a one-year “prove it” deal with the Dolphins last off season, and the team shelled out $10 million in hopes that he could be the speedster that took the top off of opposing defenses. It ended up being a colossal mistake, as the wide receiver appeared in just two games, caught four passes, and racked up a grand total of 26 yards for the season.
It was the mysterious circumstances in which he missed games that rubbed fans the wrong way. Fuller was a no-go for most of training camp as he dealt with a foot issue, and was listed with chest and elbow injuries before the Week 4 contest. In that game against the Colts, he suffered a broken finger, which ended up being the slowest healing digit in the history of sports. Fuller would go on to miss the rest of the season for an injury that typically takes no more than two months to heal.
But he will likely make a miraculous comeback in 2022, and the rumors are that he might end up in Cleveland, catching balls from Deshaun Watson once again.