New Miami Dolphins wide receiver Will Fuller V is betting on himself.

Fuller signed a one-year deal with the Dolphins worth close to $11 million, with up to an additional $3 million in incentives. The former Texans receiver revealed he chose a shorter deal to prove his real worth as one of the top wideouts in football:

“I wanted to take a one-year just to prove my worth in the league,” Fuller said Tuesday, via ESPN's Cameron Wolfe. “I've had my fair share of injuries and I've been working really hard. I just want to prove to the NFL, to the Dolphins for taking a chance on me, that I'm a player that they would love to have long-term.”

The 26-year-old will have the opportunity to showcase his abilities as one of the leading targets for young quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.

Miami could have a loaded group of pass-catchers in 2021. Fuller joins fellow wideouts DeVante Parker and Preston Williams as well as tight end Mike Gesicki as the top options. The Dolphins could also use the No. 3 pick to select an elite wide receiver in a stacked class of draft prospects.

Either way, Fuller's game-breaking talent makes him an X-factor of sorts. The 26-year-old had 53 receptions for 879 yards and eight touchdowns in 11 games in 2020 before he was suspended as a result of a violation of the NFL's PED policy.

The suspension and a career full of durability issues might lead to skepticism about Fuller's abilities. Fuller is going to miss the first game of the 2021 season to finish off his current suspension for PED's. However, he is eager to have a big season for the Dolphins and re-enter the market with the chance to cash out next spring.