After playing in just 53 games in five seasons in Houston, WR Will Fuller is headed in Miami.
Fuller and the Dolphins agree to a one-year deal on Thursday. Fuller, who was suspended for PED’s last season will be eligible to play in Week 2.
When healthy, Fuller has been a solid threat in the passing game. He caught 53 passes for 879 yards and eight scores in 11 games last year. All career highs.
He specializes in stretching the field averaging 14.9 yards per reception.
Fuller will line up across from DeVante Parker, who also averages over 14 yards per catch.
Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa struggled with arm strength in his rookie season averaging 6.2 yards per attempt with his longest completion going 34 yards.
It will be interesting to see how the Dolphins offense fares with a pair of deep threats.