The Dolphins were expected to sign one of the top free agent wide receivers and they needed to add one who can help take the top off a defense. Well Will Fuller brings that to this offense. Fuller was on his way to a breakout season before he got suspended at the end of November for a PED. Receivers were signing some big deals but Fuller decided he wanted to take a one year deal to prove his worth. Fuller immediately improves this Dolphins offense and could be slated for a bigger payday next offseason if he balls out this season.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Miami Dolphins' Will Fuller - Took one-year deal to 'prove my worth in the league'
Receiver Will Fuller said Tuesday he accepted a one-year deal from the Dolphins in an effort to prove to the league and Miami "that I'm a player that they would love to have long-term."
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Dolphins Q&A: How many wide receivers is too many for Miami?
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