Will Fuller can bring explosiveness back to the Raiders offense
The best ability is availability
The biggest, and perhaps only, reason not to sign Will Fuller is his inconsistent availability. Through his six years in the NFL, he has never played a full season. The injuries have been numerous and include several hamstring injuries, a torn ACL, and a broken collarbone.
He was even placed on IR with a finger injury in 2021 causing him to miss all but two games for the Dolphins. In addition to this, he was suspended six games in 2020 for violating the NFL’s substance-abuse policy.
With all these injuries, Fuller was forced to take a one-year prove-it deal in Miami last season. After only playing in two games, his market is as confusing as ever. Likely to get another one-year deal in 2021, there will be no shortage of teams looking to add Fuller’s speed to their offense for the 2022 season.
Believe it or not, Raider Nation, your Las Vegas Raiders might be trying to emulate the New England Patriots, literally and figuratively.
Will Fuller’s market value is a complete question mark but if it does dip towards the veteran minimum the Raiders could have a steal on their hands.