Will Fuller back with Dolphins after mystery absence
The Miami Dolphins had a rough Week 2 outing against the Buffalo Bills. Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa left the game with an injury and his status for Week 3 is up in the air. Also, the Dolphins were once again without Will Fuller, who was dealing with a personal issue.
However, it looks like Fuller will be ready to play in Week 3, according to Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network.
Will Fuller is back in Dolphins facility today and participating in team functions again after missing end of last week and Sunday's game with personal issue.
I'm told he's in a better mind space now after recharging this weekend. Fuller will make his debut Sunday vs. Raiders.
— Cameron Wolfe (@CameronWolfe) September 20, 2021
The former first-round pick should be making his long-awaited Dolphins debut against the Las Vegas Raiders. Fuller missed Week 1 as he finished serving his suspension from 2020 and then was out for Week 2.
The Dolphins signed Fuller in the offseason after he posted a career year with the Houston Texans before being suspended. Fuller finished 2020 with 53 grabs for 879 yards and eight scores in only 11 games and surely would’ve smashed the 1000-yard mark if he could’ve finished out the campaign.
What the Dolphins lacked in 2020 was a top-end receiver, and the hope is that Fuller could be a top target for Tagovailoa. But, Tagovialoa might not be out there on Sunday, and it could be Jacoby Brissett running the show once again.
Nonetheless, good news regarding Fuller, and he is finally set for his first appearance with the Dolphins.