WR Will Fuller had a setback in rehab, not expected to return this season

When the Dolphins signed wide receiver Will Fuller as a free agent this past offseason, there was cautious optimism around the deal. That feeling was because he was a solid wideout in Houston when he was healthy, but the problem was that he was never healthy for long.

Not many were surprised when Fuller went down in Week 4, only the second game of his season, with a broken finger. The 27-year-old has been on injured reserve ever since.

We finally got an update on his status on Monday at Brian Flores’ media availability. Flores told the media that Fuller suffered a setback in his recovery that will likely end his season.

With his deal being for just one season, this will likely end his tenure with the Dolphins as well, as he finishes his year with four receptions for 26 yards. This will be remembered as one of the worst contracts signed by this regime, and maybe even in the organization’s history.

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